Wednesday, November 04, 2015

10/29 - Tatarian deliciousness

Marc Portmann told me already a few months ago that there'll be an event in the Griffins Business Lounge with a good friend of him, Sebastian Fink from the Hotel Bayerischer Hof in Lindau, who'll serve us different kinds of tatar. Luckily (at least for me), it didn't happen in September (because then it would've collided with our vacation) but was postponed to October...

The served food was simply amazing and was composed with three kinds of tatar:
  • Beef (70 % Black Angus from Ireland, 30 % from Argentinia, fillet of course)
  • Tuna (Sushi quality)
  • Salmon (from Ireland)
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Beef and Tuna were hand cut, the salmon was ground. Seasoned with the tyipcal stuff... a pleasure to enjoy it!

As it was an event in a smoker lounge we also enjoyed a good cigar, but we waited until all had finished that delicious dinner... and it was definitely worth to do so! The cigar itself, the San Cristobal Oficios - discontinued in the meantime since 2011 - was a fantastic dessert and rounded up this excellent evening.