Posted on May 22, 2010
Through Bentleys Oyster Bar and The Lindsay House, the Irish chef invites you to taste amazing and tasty dishes ranging from oysters and venison to frogs and crabs.
About Walking London's Soho and discover The Lindsay House takes at least two pleasant surprises. The first begins to ring the bell at 21 Romilly Street (yes, you have to ring the bell). Then subtracted staff and appear very kindly guide and attend the diner. The unusual is that it may lead, via stairs, to a room where you will feel at home. And the first floor, with a simple yet elegant decoration-fosters intimacy.
The second surprise-and most important-is the menu. The letter from Richard Corrigan offers original dishes that reflect a combination of unusual flavors.
Lomo, snails, frog ..
For the first course, The Lindsay House offers several alternatives. The three most attractive are: Venison Tartar, Broccoli with Blue Cheese Gnocchi with Rabbit and Ginger Bread and Parmesan custard with tempura leeks.
Among the main dishes highlight the menu Corrigan Sole with Lemon Butter Prawns and a Lomo de Vaca Gratin with Snails and Marrow and Pork trotters with Frog Legs and Bacon.
Oysters in Piccadilly
Without The Lindsay House formalisms, it is possible to trace the Corrigan own elsewhere in London. Must be reached to number 5 of Swallow Street (one block between Piccadilly and Regent Street) and discover Bentle'ys Oyster Bar .
This is a great place to try clams and oysters prepared in a thousand ways. You can also taste a soup Mussel and Crab Cakes Singapore or Potatoes and Creme Fraiche Anguilla.