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Revisiting The Fat Duck

After Mark and I went to the Fat Duck in September this time it was with the family. There was one change on the menu with a venison dish replacing the pigeon. The service seemed more relaxed on a Saturday, but everything was perfect and faultless. Here are some more photos of The Fat Duck. The restaurant is housed in a humble white brick building in the middle of Bray:
The Fat Duck - UK - 05 November 2011
The logo of fork, knife and spoon with references to a duck hang above the door:
The Fat Duck - UK - 05 November 2011
We drank a Hungarian white wine from István Szepsy, the 2007 Hárslevelu Király with similarities to a Chateauneuf-du-Pape white wine:
The Fat Duck - UK - 05 November 2011
This is Heston’s famous snail porridge:
The Fat Duck - UK - 05 November 2011
and the new Saddle of Venison dish:
The Fat Duck - UK - 05 November 2011
As unusual as the first time was the Hot and cold iced tea:
The Fat Duck - UK - 05 November 2011
and a different view of the black forest cake desert:
The Fat Duck - UK - 05 November 2011

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