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FOOD FOR thought Inspirational ideas for Autumn recipes Authentically Japanese 1 Issho has opened a new rooftop restaurant in Leeds, offering authentic Japanese cuisine such as such as this seared salmon with wasabi leaf dressing and pickled apple. Modern Mexico 3 Renowned chef Martha Ortiz opens her much-anticipated Mexican restaurant Ella Canta in London this month with a promise to deliver the “beauty, vibrancy and spirit of modern Mexico to London”. Mains include this seafood and lobster poole with cacahuazintle corn. Flavours from the Kitchen Garden 4 The Blue Boar Restaurant at Conrad London St James has created a menu bursting with the colours, flavours and ingredients found in a typical British garden. This stunning rose water panna cotta with lychee sorbet is a beautiful example. Back garden to open sea The sky’s the limit SEPTEMBER 2017 47 FOOD FOR THOUGHT Send your Food for Thought ideas to editor@stiritupmagazine.co.uk Bohemia Bar & Restaurant is setting sail for warmer climates on an Afternoon Tea Cruise. The Michelin Star Afternoon Tea is the newest innovation from head pastry chef Ellen De Jager-Smith, and her oceanic adventure includes a myriad of sweet delights, including Exotic Cruise Cake, made with fruit jelly. 5 The Queens Arms in Corton Denham has a new menu bringing together hand-selected produce from across the region, with dishes inspired by fruit, vegetables and edible flowers grown in the pub’s kitchen garden. Menu highlights include this Sesame cracker, flat iron steak, spring onion, radish and Dorset white. 6 Kim Woodward, the new executive head chef at Skylon, has debuted a new menu which confirms her position as one of London’s top chefs. Sympathetically crafted to enhance the distinctive flavour profiles of each component, dishes include delicate starters such as this stunning smoked salmon dish. 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 Oh buoy!


Stir it up magazine SEPTEMBER 2017
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