This was a delicious second lunch at a cute little brasserie near Le Tour Eiffel. The greens were fresh and crisp. The prosciutto was tender and salty, complemented perfectly by the soft basil and olive oil drizzled mozzarella. The vinaigrette was emulsified, giving it a creamy texture that tasted excellent.
This was a small take away lunch I grabbed from Sainsburys to eat on the Oxford Tube into London. The prawns were super tiny, and a bit fishy, but hey, it’s from a grocery store after all. It wasn’t so bad with the sauce that was included, it was sort of like salad creme, but slightly better. For anyone who doesn’t know what salad creme is, it’s basically a sweetened mayonnaise, and your only option for salad dressing in England. The apple juice was the best part of the meal, just some plain old apple juice, 35p worth of pure nature.