Refined culinary classics find a fitting setting in the tranquil atmosphere of a converted Wesleyan chapel. Guests can enliven their taste buds with £40 worth of offerings from the central Derby eatery, kicking off their meal with starters including hand-picked Cornish crab, slow-poached duck egg with saute asparagus, and seared black pearl scallops. Mains feature menuiere of turbot with lemon grass and chervil velouté, fillet of Derbyshire beef with sorrel and beetroot risotto, and pan-seared calve’s liver with violette potatoes.
Customers should note that all menu items are subject to change at any time.
A converted chapel plays host to a British and French gastronomic fusion menu, at Derby's Masa Restaurant. The city central location and close on-street parking give easy access to its culinary delights, with an a la carte, Sunday lunch and vegetarian menu available. The eatery strives to use fresh produce in its freshly prepared dishes, which feature favourites from across the pond such as scallops and foie gras, plus home classics like Cornish crab and fillet of beef. Masa doubles as an events venue, with its churchly interior creating a calming atmosphere suitable for weddings and corporate functions alike.
Masa displays a promising 690-plus likes on Facebook, and an 80% recommendation rate on TripAdvisor. The site's users haven't held back in their adulation for the 2013 Certificate of Excellence winner, praising the attentive staff, high quality as well as generous quantity of food, and delicate wines.
Details verified 24/02/2014.
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