should be. The horseradish, grated finely enough to not be jarring to the palate, sliced straight through the fattiness of the beef, with a pleasant heat. The pasta was toothsome, and though the flavor of the noodle was not not discernible, it provided a good background to a GREAT main dish.
recipe. The gentle brininess of the shellfish made the dish pleasantly salty, and the tender cockles, plump
mussels and delightfully crunchy calamari tentacles made the dish one I would order again and again. Not overly seasoned with saffron or salt, the star of this was the creamy texture of the rice, even over the seafood.