If you love food and the celebration it should have with then you must read this post but practice caution as you may get hungry.
After a long day of running around with my kids, compiling notes, photography and mixing essential oils happy hour came at last.
I know sounds like I had a brutal day I started the night off with a glass of my favourite Chardonnay, a bit of talk with friends then off to the Terrace restaurant amidst a garden of towering trees – stretching across each branch a string of romantic light bulbs. The night sky was perfectly clear and shone brightly with a blanket of stars.
Dinner is a meal of pleasure, in my opinion, arriving at the end of a day and should be celebrated every time whether alone or with friends. Celebrated for all that you have done, accomplished and learned – so why shouldn’t it be seen as a celebration?
Tonights’ dining depicted a chic and flowing ambience paired with the savouring and delightful Antipasto Bar to start. Fused with herbaceous artichokes, charcuterie favourites, gratinated cannelloni, and assorted Italian cheese were just a few of my delights.
From the Kitchen as my entree – a succulent Lobster a la Catalana ‘poached lobster with Crudités and garlic mayonnaise. The arrangement was tasteful and was indeed as good as it looks.