I was recently treated to lunch at Jamie’s Italian in Reading. The number one reason I wanted to go here was for this:
I know right? It's b-e-a-tiful.
It was amazing! Tart and fresh, but very rich! In a good way! The crushed berries were a perfect pairing with the lemon curd. It's was as good as it looks!
Jamie’s Italian has hit the spot with the Amalfi Lemon Curd Slice (smooth lemon curd with toasted pistachios & crushed berries).
This is what inspired me to seek out a recipe to make my own lemon curd. If you check it out I didn't have that much success with it. I haven't given up I just haven't had a chance to try again.
And here’s what else we had:
|World's Best Olives, we also had the bread selection.|
|Ravioli stuffed with prosciutto and potatoes with an aubergine (eggplant), cherry tomato, and pine nut sauce.|
|Kids Menu: Happy Fish Fingers with Shake Me salad.|
My full review is on the Oracle website! (has since been removed due to updates in news feed 1.2.2016)
note: The Amalfi coast is famed for its production of Limoncello liqueur and the area is a known cultivator of lemons. The correct name is "sfusato amalfitano", and they are typically long and at least double the size of other lemons, with a thick and wrinkled skin and a sweet and juicy flesh without many pips. (wikipedia)