In contrast to my last post concerning how I feel about the restaurant services as part of the Ferrandi’s program, Menu regional days have always been the highlights of the week for me. Occasionally I had a really easy task and felt board but most of the times I was lucky to be in a good group. Then sitting down to eat with some different glasses of wine and really good dishes made everything’s alright. This time we had tuns of work to do, me and Claire, to our sardine dish. Dealing with the fish took almost 90% of our time and we hardly had any time to make the rest but I think in the end our dish was the best of the meal. This whole meal of the Grand Ouest included seafood and dairy, like best known for in Brittany. Some variety of wines from Pays de la Loire accompanied the meal and although we had a lot to eat, I didn’t feel so sick like after eating the duck fest of Perigord.
This was the final note before we went away for the holidays. A really good feeling to go with.