The Maltings Cafe

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Tamarind and Thyme

Tamarind and Thyme

Thursday, June 03, 2010 - The cafe is bright and airy and the only menu there is on the chalkboard pictured above. I love that their menu is small and compact...The penne with fennel ragu and parmesan was very well cooked pasta with a simple tomato sauce flecked with pieces of braised fennel. I never thought fennel would work so well with pasta but hey, here's proof! The roasted leg of lamb with Mediterranean cous-cous was six slices of tender roast lamb served on top of a mound of couscous mixed with roast vegetables. The serving was very generous and delicious too.

Will Eat For Money

Will Eat For Money

Thursday, February 11, 2010 - Crispy skinned sea bream, roasted leeks and tartare sauce (with bits of boiled, chopped egg). The fish was cooked absolutely beautifully - the skin cooked to a wonderful crisp, while the flesh of the fish was soft, flaky and perfectly seasoned. The leeks, with their mild and sweet taste after being roasted, complimented the fresh, salty fish. The tartare sauce was one of the most successful I've ever tasted...This place is a gem, which has existed for a while but still does not have many words written about it. Go and enjoy whatever they have on offer that day. I doubt you'll be disappointed.

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