A restaurant in England has a novel way of dishing up the first course of a nine-course tasting menu – it’s served on the back of your hand.
Brown & Bean, in Plymouth, Devon, which is owned by former Masterchef UK champion Anton Piertrowski, serves the dish of dehydrated pork on burnt apple puree, topped with radish and apple blossom tableside, delicately spooning the components onto the back of diners’ hands. Piertrowski currently holds a Michelin star at The Treby Arms in nearby Sparkwell
As the Evening Standard reports, reaction from the public has been mixed, with some lauding the theatre of the dish, while others see it as “pretentious piffle.” Watch Piertrowski serving the dish below.
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