Great feed just the job af­ter first shift

Evening Express (City Final) - The Guide - - EATING OUT -

MY BET­TER half has a new job in the West End and I thought she de­served a treat af­ter her first shift. Hav­ing heard a lot about Am­i­cus Ap­ple, we de­cided to check it out. We shared a se­lec­tion of breads with olive oil and vine­gar (£2.95), a de­li­cious and fill­ing start on the comfy sofa. Katy then had cala­mari with lemon and black pep­per may­on­naise (£3.95) on the side. The bat­ter was a lit­tle greasy for her taste, how­ever, the tangy may­on­naise and suc­cu­lent cala­mari proved a win­ner. Next she picked a Por­to­bello mush­room and brie open sand­wich (£5.95) for her main. The chips had the per­fect crunch while the in­cred­i­bly creamy brie com­ple­mented the per­fect­ly­cooked large mush­rooms. I chose the chicken breast wrapped in Parma ham stuffed with moz­zarella, sun-dried toma­toes and basil (£9.95) and was de­lighted with the cheese spilling out of the chicken on to the but­ter­nut squash, green bean and pine nut salad. Stuffed, I pol­ished off the last of my Za­parito Mal­bec (£4.30) and hap­pily paid the £27.10 bill.

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