Scott Rendall

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Fine dining

Bobet and I visit a Thai restaurant in Belgravia for a five course lunch.

Bobet snaps up a pair of promotional vouchers at Mango Tree, Grosvenor Place, Belgravia. The voucher entitles us to a fixed five course Thai meal (three starters, a main and a desert) from the Journey of Thailand Menu.

• Thai Snacks (Sweet turnip and crushed peanuts mixed with Thai herbs, flavoured with garlic, plum sugar & fish sauce; Golden pastry cup filled with minced prawn and chicken, sweet corn, vegetables and curry powder; Seaweed in three-flavoured Thai taste)
• Kai Kam Wan & Koong Tod (Grilled chicken breast topped with homemade medium spicy sauce; Deep fried prawn in batter served with exotic fruit salad and special dip)
• Moo Manoa & Tom Yam Wan Ton (Steamed fillet of pork mixed with spicy tom yam sauce; Mix and match of Thai spicy soup with chicken won ton and lemon grass)
• Roasted Duck Curry with Rice & Steamed Vegetable (Roasted duck curry with coconut milk, aubergine, sweet basil and steamed vegetables with garlic oyster sauce. Served together with steamed Thai jasmine rice)
• Guay Ob Ma Prow Sod (Banana and coconut pudding with caramel sauce and banana sorbet)

To drink I order a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc, a light white wine. We also order some still water so we don't get to drunk at lunchtime - not sure that really worked for at least one of us Winking smile ;)

We spend the rest of the afternoon window shopping at Selfridges in Oxford Street, before the wine takes its toll and we go home for a nap. Our evening meal consists of a frozen pizza at midnight.

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