I have to thank a friend providing me an opportunity to visit 10 Greek Street. It was a great place to catch up with a friend during the Christmas season as the menu that was available at the time was using ingredients for the December festive season.
While waiting for our dishes to arrive we were served some breads. There was a variety of white and brown bread, with some containing olive baked in to the bread.
We started our meal sharing the mussels and clams with chilli & parsley (£7). The sauce was full of flavours and had an hint of fire but not too spicy.
Along with the starter we also ordered a portion of fried baby squid (£6) from the small plate section of the menu.
For our mains, we tried the Gloucester Old Spot pork served with mustard mash and Brussels sprouts (£16). It was a nicely cooked tender pork chop and combined well with the accompaniment on the plate.
We came here to try their sharing plate which was the whole Gressingham goose legs served with parsnips, and goose fat potatoes (£38). There were even prunes which I found interested and went well with the goose. When you have it with the prunes it gives the goose a sweet and sour flavours.
This dish is enough to share between two people, but since we were sharing between three we called an additional main to share.
To finish off our meal we ordered a dessert each. I went for the cranberry sorbet with vodka (£5). This was a creamy sorbet but still have that refreshing texture of a sorbet. It was full of flavour from the cranberry as well as the vodka.
The clementine & almond pudding served with crème fraiche (£6) was my least favourite as I found it too bitter. The clementine peel were either too strong or included peels that were too bitter.
The sorbet was one of favourite along with the apple & pear crumble served with crème Anglaise (£6). This was a nice warm dessert for the winter season.
I really enjoyed dining at 10 Greek Street and would hope to return again for more. Between three of us we spent £30 per person (with no alcohol) that evening, with the dishes we ordered.
If you decide to visit then there is no booking policy in the evening. As the restaurant is small I would advice to go in a very small group unless you time yourself well and go when the queue has not start to build up.
(Prices correct at the time of dining)
10 Greek Street
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