I don't know how this week ended up being such a culinary one, but there was a few birthdays that had to be celebrated this month. I guess we're at that age now when food is king and is the best way to celebrate. Well, it doesn't come any weirder than at The Fat Duck, a three Michelin star restaurant (probably the one and only time I'll eat in one) outside London where you get served nitro-poached green tea and lime mousse as your introductory taster. It was the strangest and funniest dining experience of my life, where else do you get to eat nitro-scrambled egg and bacon ice cream or snail porridge? With one of the dishes you had to wear headphones with the sound of the sea lapping against the shore and sea gulls screeching in your ears while you ate something that looked and kind of tasted like a beach. Unfortunately I was too confused and enjoying myself too much to take a picture of it and now I have a bit of a sore tummy... I think I just want a cheese sandwich right now thank you very much ;)
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