Hey, I Tagliatelle (got to tell) you all how I came across this dish. I was in Papagallo and was craving to eat seafood with a twist, so I ordered this colourful & fetching dish which tasted exquisite. The prawns were fresh, green beans were crunchy, and the cherry tomatoes were juicy. The pasta was variegated so well with this creamy lobster bisque and seasoned with rosemary that it made me so excited with every twirl of the fork. Stripes of bacon added smokiness to the dish.
I still remember the first time I was ensnared by this beautiful pastry; I was young and went to a fair with my parents where they suddenly found me still like a statue, with my eyes fixated on the Eclair. How difficult it was for my mother to pull me off from the stall as I stood in front of it, refusing to move a muscle until she bought me one. As soon as I saw it again at Al Finjan Café, I ordered it without skipping a beat. I felt nostalgic at the very first bite. The softness of the dough filled with rich luscious vanilla cream that rushed into my mouth and the top layer dipped in chocolate glaze crackling with every bite. I paired it with an ice-cold Raspberry Frappuccino and it was fantastic.
Mussels, clams, scallop, lobster & calamari amalgamated to make this delicious Risotto. The rice was cooked in Lobster bisque which gave it a rich creamy texture and white wine to balance the sweetness, mildly seasoned with parsley and black pepper; keeping in mind that it does not overpower the organic mild flavor from the seafood. Eat it while it’s warm. 🙂