It has been a subject that has been on my mind a lot lately, and that is what is good food. We recently introduced organic chicken on our menu, sourcing the produce from a local British Organic farm. I believe this has made a difference to not only the taste and texture of the dishes but to the overall feel and well being of the restaurant. I’m very excited by this idea –the sustainability and need for good food.
It’s not just about us and what we eat, it’s also what we contribute to our environment. It is easy to see that if we treat our environment well, and give it the care and sustainability it requires, it will take care of us in the long run. Today, we celebrate Earth Hour along with wwf.org.uk and many more around the world. Earth hour marks the need for awareness, coming together to acknowledge that our planet needs our assistance to minimize the strain that we put on its resources. Every small deed counts, whether it be eating locally grown foods, cultivating your own vegetables in the back garden, saving on gas, energy and water, even walking more than using transportation if possible. Within the scope of all these little actions, the quest for good food is vital, for life. And by that I mean, food that is sustainably sourced, that doesn’t leave a huge carbon footprint.
We are looking to bring you more benefits through our menu –good food that makes a difference. Please leave us your thoughts if any about what you think of the organic chicken. There are many exciting ways to enjoy this, one of these is the dish you see in the picture. This is the spicy Szechuan style chicken. It always pairs well with a side of greens of course.