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  • ottolenghi Ottolenghi
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  • quantus Quantus
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  • pearlliang Pearl Liang
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European Fusion in Battersea

I went the other night to Clapham with some colleagues. The place Entree, they define themselves as a quality local, yet unpretentious. Two levels offering a European menu influenced from France and Italy, in a candle light atmosphere and a cocktail bar named Bentley thanks to their piano, where you can have a drink and enjoy the music of the resident pianist.

The place (copyright Entree)

I ordered as started a Rosary goat cheese, pickled beetroot, watercress and mustard vinaigrette salad, and as main a 28 days Dexter Galloway beef rump with rocket and parmesan, thrice cooked chips and béarnaise.

The Menu

Goat Cheese Salad

The food was ok, again nothing amazing, the beef was good, the thrice cooked chips were excellent, but the goat cheese salad was all over the place without any balance. The best of the night was the Bentley bar with the resident pianist playing 80s repertoire.

Dexter Galloway Rump Steak

Chips reminds me the Seinfeld episode “The Cadillac” where Susan suspects George is having an affair.

Susan: So, was George helpful at all?
Elaine: Yeah. Oh, yes, yes, he was very helpful. Uhm, because, you know, Art and I were getting into this whole thing about his business. Uhm, you know he's an importer-exporter.
Susan: Yeah.
Elaine: Uhm, George felt that I was too adamant in my stand that Art should focus on the exporting and forget about the importing.
Susan: Wait a minute. I thought that Art wanted to give up the exporting.
Elaine: What'd I say?
Susan: The importing.
Elaine: I did. Uh...
Susan: So, what does he uh, import?
Elaine: Uh... chips.
Susan: Oh. What kinda chips?
Elaine: Potato.
Susan: Ah.
Elaine: Some corn.
Susan: And what does he export?
Elaine: Diapers.
Susan: I'm sorry for bothering you.
Elaine: Oh, no, it's okay.


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