Archives for : May2014

Loving Hut: Canley Heights – Revisit.

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Vegan Dim Sims.

I found these to be Mushy and flavourless unfortunately.


Steamed Vegan Buns.



In contrast to my previous visit, I did not enjoy the food quite as much as the last time. Generally I do like the food at Loving Hut. As always the staff are very friendly.

As always I intend to provide more reviews in future.


The Bentley – Vegetarian Tasting Menu

I took my partner to The Bentley on the weekend for her first mothers day. The lighting is very dark, and the photos don’t really do the food justice.



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Sour Apple Mocktail

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Beetroot + Purple Carrots + Raddish + Salad Burnet


Beetroot + Purple Carrots + Raddish + Salad Burnet


Zucchini + Borlotti Beans + Squash + Nasturtium

White Asparaagus + Salsify + Charred onion

White Asparaagus + Salsify + Charred onion

Baby King Edward Potatoes + Green Garlic _ Amaranth

Baby King Edward Potatoes + Green Garlic _ Amaranth



Eggplant + Leek + Shemiji Mushrooms + Rye

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Charred Pumpkin + Blackrice + Broad Beans



White Chocolate + Apple Sorbet + Fennel



Aerated Chocolate + Fig Leaf Ice Cream + Lemon Aspen



Honey Comb Chocolate to finish.

Many Vegetarian/Vegan menus out there focus too heavily on mimicking various meat dishes. The Vegetarian tasting menu at Bentley truly highlights the essence of the vegetable.

The Zucchini + Borlotti Beans + Squash + Nasturtium was definitely a highlight.

If I could be slightly picky – the Eggplant + Leek + Shemiji Mushrooms + Rye was a little on the salty side. Otherwise a fantastic menu.