I was in London and staying at The Fox and Goose close to Hangar Lane. The restaurant is in the older part of the hotel, as the hotel part is now a new build at the back.
The menu changes every so often, and they always seem to have a range of choices, that means it can be difficult to choose what to have.
One thing that I did like the sound of, which I hadn’t seen before was the Scarsdale’s shoulder of South Coast lamb, served with a rosemary potato rösti, sautéed kale, red currant gravy.
It was one of the more expensive items on the menu, but I did like the sound of it, so I ordered it.
It did look quite impressive, this was a big portion of lamb shoulder.
However I will be honest I was a little disappointed, I wonder if that was because I had quite high expectations. The lamb was lovely and tender and did have a lot of flavour. However, though it had been slow cooked, it was obviously reheated for my plate. I think it could have done with a little more caramelisation, which would have added more flavour.
The rosemary potato rösti was also disappointing, it was packed with flavour, but it needed to be more crispy. It was quite soft. I did enjoy the kale and the gravy was nice.
Though it wasn’t perfect, it was nice, however I don’t think if it was on the menu again I would order it.