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Pflug, Brauerstrasse, Zurich

Sardische Ravioli

Lambkoteletts provencale mit Polenta und Erbensouffle

It was getting late but a quick phone call to Pflug confirmed that they had an al fresco table for two. We rush down there and sit down at the sidewalk table just to get up again a second later, since the menu is only on the wall on the inside of the restaurant. My appetizer was a fantastic sardinian (?) ravioli. Nice cheesy filling and a strong, bold sauce – what else do you want ? The main course was disappointing. It was lamb chops provencale, unfortunately it wasn’t a blend of flavours more like a heap of herbs on top of the lamb. To be fair the tenderness of the meat was unbelievable. What really sort of pushed me over the edge on this dish was that it was advertised as having a pea soufflé and it really was a flan. I’m okay if people get creative in their menu writing, but creating the image of a soufflé and serving a flan – isn’t. It’s not the mistake per se, but the fact that I was looking forward to a very light and airy, high rising component on the menu and got a much heavier side dish instead. I was inconsolable. Prices:

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Categories: Dinner
Posted by therealpickygourmet on 5 August 2011

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