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‘Dragging me to a place with a “Surprise” tasting menu. ‘Oh and that,’ he grins, pointing to a pair of golden morsels, ‘is sausage in batter.’Hmm. And chew through the hot, crisp burnished batter into a sweetly porky, wonderfully seasoned banger. The bread, rich and pitch black, has a sweetly bitter edge.
Bold, ballsy and robustly salty, it tastes of Singapore markets, Hong Kong dim sum houses and Vietnamese street carts, one of the best plates of Asian tucker I’ve eaten in years.
Lemon sole, impeccably fresh and beautifully cooked, comes hidden beneath a tangle of bitter cress and brittle slices of fried lotus root.
In lesser hands, the dish could quickly become overwhelming, a brutal mass of overwrought excess.
But Jones, like all good chefs, knows exactly where to draw the line. Slices of hogget, bleating of wind swept hills, sit atop pickled cabbage, and crunchy Japanese artichokes and slivers of Blewit mushroom.
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It squats in a drab Sixties concrete block that lurks on the corner of a busy main road in a far-off suburb of Bath.
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