For my starter, I chose the goat cheese and asparagus salad, which came with gluten free bread. I love goat’s cheese, and it was slightly cooked on top of grilled gluten free bread with warm asparagus, raspberries, more of the tomato salsa sauce, sweet chilli peppers and a vinaigrette. Spoiler alert: the starter was definitely my favourite course.
I don’t have a photo of the main, as my camera started being temperamental and I was too hungry to faff around trying to fix it, as I didn’t want my meal to get cold. I had the marinated lamb, which came with a choice of potatoes, chips, veg or salad, but I opted for the gluten free pasta they bought for me, as I couldn’t have either of the potato sides. I didn’t mind, however, as the pasta was really nice and it was so lovely of them to buy it for me.
For dessert, I had the strawberry soup, which came with what I think was some sort of frozen lime panna-cotta. (The menu was all in French and my French abilities don’t stretch to knowing full menus, so I may be wrong).
Overall, the food was delicious and the staff were so thoughtful, it was incredible how much effort they put in to be able to provide me with gluten free food, I will definitely return if I ever go back to Lens.