I remember the last time I went to Brown Sugar was for breakfast back in 2009. This time, we went for dinner and I could hardly recognise it, suuuch a transformation from breakfast to dinner! It was so warm, rustic and chilled.
We started our meal off with an entree of Seared Scallops, Cauliflower, Golden Raisin, Pomegranate and Caper Salsa.
This was probably one of the yummiest entrees I have ever had, the scallops were so juicy with that nice torched flavour, and I especially loved the cauliflower puree. It was so tasty and smoooth. The golden raisin was surprisingly beautiful touch with its sweetness!
This was the Double Baked Cheese Souffle and I just remember when I bit into my portion, it melted in my mouth. I was actually expecting it to be very smelly in a cheesy way, but it was not! It was nice and subtle!
Then came our main of their house special, the Truffle Fish Pie. I realised after some confusion of what that bowl of yellow mash was, that it was supposed to be stuffed into the pie! Aaaand...
It turned out looking like this! Beautiful right? :D
The pastry was so warm and flaky, and the leek in the pie was very fragrant but not as fragrant as the truffle! It was such a satisfying dish to eat, especially on a freeezing cold night!
Our next main was the Eye Fillet with Porcini Butter, Sugar Snaps and Thyme Rosti.
The meat came out a little tough for me so I didn't like it that much, the rosti on the other hand was pretty awesome, they actually really reminded me of hush puppies!
Dessert came in the form of one of my all time old fashioned favourites...Bread and Butter Pudding! Except that there was seriously nothing old fashioned about this, firstly it was stuffed with Quince and topped with Walnut Ice Cream and drizzled with plenty of Caramel!
The final dish of the day...was the Hazelnut Chocolate Fondant! And a generous scoop of Banana Ice Cream :D