For dinner we got to indulge in more beautiful food with the ‘Detox Salad’ (‘A Nourishing Combination of the Crunchiest, Healthiest Greens and Beetroot, Mixed with Cherry Tomato, Avocado, Clementine and Almond with Light Balsamic Dressing’). Served in a ceramic stone bowl and topped with pretty edible flowers, it was a huge serving of fresh, green goodness. We highly recommend this fresh and vibrant sald for those looking for a healthy option.
For our main course we tried our very first Macrobiotic meal, the ‘Macrobiotic Platter’. This ‘Mindful Mix Meant for a Heathier You of Select Grains and Vegetables with Broccoli, Chickpeas and Cumin Salad, Sesamed Wakame, Mix of Seeds, Served with Organic Brown Rice’ was a wonderful surprise for us. It had very subtle flavours but was full of nutrients and health boosting goodness and we actually felt really good after eating it. Definitely something we’d order again.
Our dessert option abandoned the healthy concept and was a super sweet and fun combination of bananas with crunchy burnt sugar, caramel sauce, fresh passion fruit and a passion fruit sorbet, all sprinkled with playful (and colourful) hundreds and thousands. A super sweet sugar hit but we have to admit it was super yummy too.