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The Waterside Inn

The Waterside Inn one of the three 3-star Michelin restaurants in the UK and is a 3 minute walk from the Fat Duck in Bray. To have 2 of the 3 3-star Michelin restaurants so close to each other in the same town is interesting. The restaurant is the opposite to the experimental and theatrical Fat Duck. The Waterside Inn under Alain Roux, the son of the famous Michel Roux, serves classic French food with perfect service and charm. It’s simply faultless. Here is the Pan-fried lobster medallions with a white port sauce and ginger flavoured vegetable julienne:
Waterside Inn - UK - 7 December 2011
and the main course for two, spit-roasted chicken of Bresse flavoured with truffle, potato and garlic mousseline, jus thickened with foie gras butter:
Waterside Inn - UK - 7 December 2011
Waterside Inn - UK - 7 December 2011
I don’t know if they deliberately do this (I’m pretty sure they do), but the legs go back in the oven and come back 10 minutes later, cooked a bit longer, and deboned with extra truffles and sauce:
Waterside Inn - UK - 7 December 2011

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