The Arkley.

Yesterday I went for lunch at a pub/restaurant called The Arkley, It’s relatively local to me but I’ve not been before. I enjoyed my meal and the place was really nicely decorated but they insisted on keeping the doors open when it was below zero temperatures outside and the waitress didn’t really know her arse from her elbow. I ordered the pork belly braised in marmalade and szechuan pepper served with pomme purée and cooking liquor, green beans and roasted pine nuts and it was good. There could have been more green beans and the meat could have been a little less tough but it tasted nice and I didn’t have food envy of anybody else so all in all I did well. 185480_10151439111292642_348986237_n


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