Monday, 20 May 2019

dinner at lost & found, bristol.



A couple of weeks ago, we were invited along to Lost & Found to try out the menu and sip a couple of cocktails. Having not been since the opening weekend, I was keen to see how they'd settled in and what had changed since then..


I arrived just before 7pm on a Thursday, and the quiet bar area soon filled up with people eager to drink lots of delicious cocktails. The restaurant at the back provided a little oasis away from the crowd, and we set about deciding what we fancied eating. 




We chose a couple of cocktails, and our starters arrived not long after. Mike went for the crispy duck and shredded vegetable salad - really lovely crunchy textures and fresh Chinese flavours running through. I went for the crispy squid and chorizo with sundried tomatoes - clearly we were both in a crispy mood, and I can never resist squid, which thankfully was cooked perfectly! 

These dishes were pretty generous, so come with an appetite if you're thinking of having more than just a main! 




For our next course, we both ordered steak. It's been a long time since I had steak, and I was relieved to see that it was cooked perfectly and the meat soft and tender. The veggies on the side had a good bite and colour to them (I can't bear sad, overcooked vegetables!) and the peppercorn sauce had a great little kick to it. 




Finally, dessert. We both chose something chocolatey - warm chocolate cake for me, which was cooked to order and had a gooey centre - the perfect ending. Dark chocolate and peanut butter parfait for him - you can't go too far wrong with the combination of chocolate, peanut and banana! 


The drinks we chose were sadly a little too perfumed for us, but perhaps we just made the wrong choices for our tastebuds, as I don't remember having that problem last time! However, we left very full and happy - all the food was very tasty. Probably one for a more special occasion, especially as there is a huge menu of cocktails to go alongside!


• this meal was complimentary in exchange for a review •



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