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Boundary Restaurant, London

2-4 Boundary Street, London, E2 7DD, UK
Boundary Restaurant Review
 
5 Star Rating
22 December 2015Boundary RestaurantTags: London, UK, Fine Dining reviewsThe Bill: £67 per head
 

The Boundary Restaurant can be found in the basement of the Boundary Hotel in Shoreditch. The Boundary has a beautiful interior, and we had an absolutely wonderful table which overlooked the open-plan kitchen, this allowed us to observe the chefs crafting their culinary creations. The food was outstanding, the service was friendly and attentive, and they have an impressive wine selection to choose from.

We started the evening with two glasses of Besserat de Bellefon Cuvée des Moines Rosé, Brut. After browsing the menu we finally decided on the Devon Crab, with Pink Grapefruit, Espelette Pepper and Avocado. The tart, intense, juice from the Grapefruit made the delicate Crab dance around our palate, an experience I would happily repeat over and over. We also ordered the Pan Fried Foie Gras with Poached Quince, Sauternes, and Pain d'epices. The richness of the Foie Gras was complemented perfectly by the Poached Quince, we thoroughly enjoyed this variation on the traditional classic. Our first course was paired with a glass of 2014, Domaine Fondreche Ventoux Blanc, France, which was a perfect pairing and worked wonders for the flavours of the dishes.

“On the Boundary of perfection.”

For our main course we ordered the Roast Sirloin of Beef for two , this was served with Shallots, King Oysters and Gratin Dauphinois. This dish was superb, the Beef melted in the mouth and was cooked exactly how we specified. The Oysters went down a treat, and the Gratin Dauphinois was delicious. We also added a side of Brussel Sprouts with Chestnuts. Our main course was paired was a glass of 2012, Les Vignes Oubliées, Larzac, France. A fruity red with a medium body, perfect with Beef.

We finished the evening with an Apricot Soufflé, with Almond, Amaretti and Honeycomb. This dessert was paired with a glass of Vin de Constance, Klein Constantia, Constantia, South Africa, 2007. The wine pairing was a delight, and this combination was perfect. My partner ordered a Vanilla Parfait with a Soft Meringue and Wild Strawberry Sorbet paired with a glass of Castelnau de Suduiraut. We had a terrific evening and look forward to returning to sample more dishes in the future.

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