La Petite Maison left a great impression on me when I first came here a while back (here’s my first experience) … And so this time I have to take my friend out to check it out which also gave me the opportunity to blog and check whether they still retain that level of consistency
The food was delicious.. Starters go for the signature burrata and tomato.. Creamy, light and refreshing.. The best mozzarella dish you can find.. The special of cauliflower salad was crunchy, tangy and fragrant plus the small goats curd added a nice punch to the dish.. Deep fried squid was also succulent, crunchy and sweet with a hint of spice but if there was some tartare sauce, for me it would be perfect
After those, we got another special of macaroni with light cream sauce and seasonal white truffles.. Pasta was cooked perfectly and the sauce was not thick and lumpy but light and luxurious plus you can smell the truffles from miles away..
The main you must get the veal chop.. Super tender and super savoury, super delicious! The special dish of venison and spinach cooked at medium rare was abit too strong.. The meat was tender and juicy but the gaminess of the meat was too strong for me, compare to other places where the aroma was just right..
End with the lemon sorbet and vodka shot for a refreshing feel but the creme brûlée crystallised top was abit burnt that left an overly bitter taste for me that kind of killed the soft and silky custard underneath..
LPM still lives up to my expectations, this region of cooking is light, refreshing and delicious.. A must you just have to try and its worth every penny you spent!
Price:££££ (£75 per person including drinks)