The Fat yet Confident and Postmodern Duck

Whoever said we do not live in a postmodern world should have a look at the menu at The Fat Duck. I quote:

NITRO-GREEN TEA AND LIME MOUSSE (2001) OYSTER, PASSION FRUIT JELLY, LAVENDER POMMERY GRAIN MUSTARD ICE CREAM, RED CABBAGE GAZPACHO JELLY OF QUAIL, LANGOUSTINE CREAM, PARFAIT OF FOIE GRAS OAK MOSS AND TRUFFLE TOAST
(Homage to Alain Chapel)

SNAIL PORRIDGE
Joselito ham

ROAST FOIE GRAS “BENZALDEHYDE”
Almond fluid gel, cherry, chamomile

“SOUND OF THE SEA”

SALMON POACHED IN LIQUORICE GEL
Artichokes, vanilla mayonnaise and “Manni” olive oil

BALLOTINE OF ANJOU PIGEON
Black pudding “made to order”, pickling brine and spiced juices

HOT AND ICED TEA (2005)

MRS MARSHALL’S MARGARET CORNET

PINE SHERBET FOUNTAIN (PRE-HIT)

MANGO AND DOUGLAS FIR PUREE
Bavarois of lychee and mango, blackcurrant sorbet,
blackcurrant and green peppercorn jelly

PARSNIP CEREAL

NITRO-SCRAMBLED EGG AND BACON ICE CREAM (2006)
Pain perdu, tea jelly

WHISK(E)Y WINE GUMS

PETITS FOURS
Mandarin aerated chocolate, Violet tartlet, Carrot and orange lolly

PS. As a restaurant, in the case of guests with reservations failing to show without giving notice, you need to be pretty confident to charge in the range of £80-£100.

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