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St. John Restaurant – Fergus Henderson

A while back some friends and I got inspired by some “Old World” traditions which lead to our Fete du Cochon. The photos are a little sensitive to post on the blog so I’ve never shared. During our research we found acclaimed chef Fergus Henderson and his first book ‘Nose to Tail Eating’. Fergus has a restaurant in London called St. John so while in town last week I had to check it out. Rachael and I really enjoyed it! We ate at the bar where the menu changes daily. Everything was amazing, I even got a signed copy of the first book!

Armagnac Ducastaing XO and a English hand-tap beer. The bread was amazing.

Rabbit and cheese flavored with Guinness and spices on toast.

Artichoke heart salad with shrimp and soft boiled egg

Venison and arugula salad

AmyPunky Photography - July 1, 2010 - 3:07 am

You mean “cochon”! ;) These photos just make me hungry!!

vcs - June 30, 2010 - 2:56 pm

Hey Weezermonkey, you are right!

weezermonkey - June 30, 2010 - 1:02 pm

This looks amazing! Is that Welsh rarebit? So cool.

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