clean tastes and
Finn's believes that clean tastes and fresh uncomplicated
flavours rule. The food can be a picture on a plate
but only in the sense that what you see is what
you taste, because no frills or artifice should get
in the way.
Food of the sea imposes discipline in uncomplicated
presentation, for its beauty is in natural austerity:
a lobster simply dressed with olive oil and a rub of
chilli: a skewer of monkfish and king prawns chargrilled
to perfection. A plate of brilliant hand dived scallops
just pan fried can be perfect, glistening with olive
oil and splashed with lemon.
All that is on the plate is to be eaten.