Lunch at Casamia, Westbury on Trym, Bristol - Friday 11 July 2008.

Casamia is a family-run restaurant in Westbury village, Bristol, which has recently gained a prestigious entry in the Michelin guide - it is destined for even greater things.  The owners' young sons, Jonray (24) and Peter (22) Sanchez-Inglesias, run the kitchen, which produces dishes with strong Italian roots but with hints of French and Spanish infusion.  All good value for just 19.95 for three courses.



Tomatoes salad with buffalo mozzarella, Parmesan and dehydrated black olives. Local wood pigeon, coffee, caramelised almonds and amaretto foam. Home-made tagliatelle with wild garlic, mushrooms, aged-Parmesan and truffle oil. Poached Cornish hake, roast almonds, parsnip, and purple sprouting broccoli.


The famous 'deconstructed' tiramisu. Poached peaches with lavender and myrtle ice-cream. Turkish delight, plus white chocolate with dehydrated black olives. Outside.

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