#Foodporn: Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons

Here is the foodporn from a recent meal at Raymond Blanc’s Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons near Oxford. As you’d expect from a 2 Michelin star, Relais & Châteaux it really is the height of luxury which comes with a price tag to match. Lunch for two including a ‘reasonable’ bottle of wine, a round of pre-meal drinks and an espresso with petit fours is knocking on the door of £400.

LMQS
Up the garden path
Tasting menu
Tasting menu
Tasting menu veg
Tasting menu vegetarian
alc
Lunch a la carte
alc desserts
Lunch a la carte desserts
Canpes
Canapes
Butternut crackers with carrots & goats cheese
Butternut crackers with carrots & goats cheese
Smoked Eel with caviar
Smoked Eel with caviar
Tuna tartare
Tuna tartare
drinks
Pre meal drinks
Country rustic bread
Country rustic bread
Bacon bread
Bacon bread
Curried smoked haddock soup and scallop
Curried smoked haddock soup and scallop
Confit Sea trout
Confit Sea trout with washbi, dill & mustard
Poached egg
Poached Hen’s egg, spinach puree, watercress & Iberico ham
Piglet main course
Piglet main course, prune puree with apples
pre dessert coffee
Coffee panna cotta, chocolate sorbet, milk foam & a biscuit
Exotic fruit raviolo
Exotic fruit raviolo, coconut foam & sorbet
Apple tarte tatin
Apple tarte tatin
petit fours
Petit fours: Chocolate truffle, Raspberry macaron, Vanilla choux & Licorice choc ice

A trip to Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons isnnot complete without a trip around the well manicured gardens, even however brief.

Wicketkeeper sculp
Wicket keeper sculpture
Snail sculpture
Snail sculpture
Bird sculpture
Bird sculpture

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