The restaurant serves Italian food, and has a simple menu. We were given a set menu with a few selections for our mains, sides and desserts. I ordered the salmon, which came with sea asparagus, which I really like! The portion was good and the saltiness of the sea asparagus went very well with the salmon. It was good, but nothing outstanding. I also ordered a side of Northumberland Aura potatoes with mint and butter (no picture), though it wasn't very good (who thought potatoes wouldn't be good) and I didn't finish it. I was quite disappointed with dessert though. I had the brownie, but instead of a fresh and warm brownie, it tasted like something out of a grocery store. I wasn't expecting that to come out of a Jamie Oliver restaurant! Overall it wasn't a very spectacular meal, which was a little disappointing, from all the hype surrounding Jamie Oliver's restaurants. The tables weren't set up so that our large group could talk easily either. It was still a nice evening, though very sad because everyone was parting ways back to their own country the next day. Here's to everyone meeting again in the future!
|We started off with a glass of champagne to celebrate the end of the Olympics and our time together.|
|Strawberry lemonade - the glass is a very cool oval shape.|
|Fifteen's signature antipasti - meats, seasonal vegetables, mozzarella and olives.|
|Pan-fried Shetland organic Salmond with Crown Prince squash, rock samphire and almond pesto.|
|Chocolate brownie with vanilla cream and crushed honeycomb.|