To (over)-compensate for being somewhat of a hermit in February, I began March as I meant to continue; with a delicious lunch at a local eatery on the 1st. I nearly double-ordered a dish this month but managed to make enough amendments to ensure it was sufficiently different.
March was also significant for me as I have finally been able to road-run again, but I am sure there will be more musings about that later.
Here are my 'eating out' highlights of March
Lunch at Harts Boatyard, Surbiton
Harts is a lovely venue on the riverfront in Surbiton. It attracts a customer base from miles around due to its varied menu (including a fixed price and vegetarian option all of which change seasonally), competitive prices and stunning views.
Here I ordered the Prawn and Scallop Panciotti. Essentially giant stuffed Raviolli, the filling was slightly creamy but also tangy which contrasted fantastically with the Mediterranean-style tomato sauce.
A fantastic light lunch which didn't come with too much guilt.
Good Friday Lunch at Wahaca, Wardour Street
This was my first visit to any of London's 4 (I think) Wahaca restaurants but I shall certainly be returning. There was a great atmosphere, I very much like an open kitchen and to top it all off, you get chilli plant seeds when you pay your bill! Win.