11/14/2018 0 Comments
By Panni Loh
Step back in time to the mysterious world of Professor Victoria B Darcy on Ecclesall Road.
Inside is a botanical delight of blossom overhead, with cocktails and desserts topped with edible flora.
Succulent frosted blackberries donned my ‘hedgerow’ cooler which was refreshing with its blend of lavender, apple and lemon syrups.
Meanwhile we were treated to a botanical crown by Erin and Vicky from Swallows and Damsons.
Dropping by with their fragrant foliage and flower stems we were all soon suitably crowned to sample the botanical feast that awaited us.
A botanical feast
Roasted chicken on a bed of chickpeas, wilted spinach and chorizo melted in the mouth with fresh pesto to add a tang. Fish in poppyseed batter with fries and drinks. Cocktails even came with deserts, but as driving i chose the elderflower pannacotta with sugar cube shaped home shortbread.
The staff were very helpful and full of botanical knowledge to help with selection making. The menu also catered for vegetarians and with tasty food and the curious botanical works I’ll be sure to go back again.
Visit The Lost and Found in Sheffield, at the following address:
516 Ecclesall Road,
Or for more information, go to: https://the-lostandfound.co.uk/sheffield
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