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beetroot and goats cheese starter at the Ivy


Well- for a start I am disappointed by the distinct lack of celebrities but in fairness Its early on a Tuesday evening.  For a starter, I opted for the Lancashire beetroot salad with peppered goat’s cheese & mint. im not sure why the beetroot has come from Lancashire- Im not aware of it being particularly famous […]

Well- for a start I am disappointed by the distinct lack of celebrities but in fairness Its early on a Tuesday evening.  For a starter, I opted for the Lancashire beetroot salad with peppered goat’s cheese & mint.

im not sure why the beetroot has come from Lancashire- Im not aware of it being particularly famous for quality beetroot but then again perhaps this is something I have missed!

I did enjoy the dish but for me the mint just didnt work with the rest of the ingredients and slightly stood out for that reason

2 responses to “beetroot and goats cheese starter at the Ivy”

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