Back to The Smokehouse

January 19, 2015

If you scroll back through this blog you’ll find a couple of positive write-ups of  The Smokehouse on Braunstone Gate, Leicester.  When it came to visiting – anonymously  – for my Leicester Mercury review I was a bit nervous whether the novelty of Southern US barbecue might have worn off or the quality fallen.  Fortunately that wasn’t the case – in fact it was possibly the most enjoyable food I’ve yet had there. I maybe got a little bit carried away in the review but my ox cheek starter was a quite spendid dish. Speaking to chef Liam Watson after the meal it was good to hear he’s got plenty of ideas for introducing new and possibly more adventurous dishes.  I’m looking forward to seeing where they can take it.

You can find the review here.

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  1. […] venue can match both the great flavours and the independent flair of Leicester’s excellent  Smokehouse. The core menu is along similar lines – pulled pork, braised brisket, ribs, chicken, slaw and […]

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