The lobsters were about 1.5lbs eachM26
How big is that lobster,.
How big a knob of butter did you put on it and how long did u have it in the oven
I would leave off the breadcrumbs as well.
When I 1st come to Australia 40 years ago, I could not believe how much seafood was deep fried, and or crummed etc.
From what I had seen of Aus on the TV it was all cooked fresh
Personally I still think that some of the UK fish is much tastier than a lot of the Aus fish.
My favorite fish from the UK was Sole (flat fish) and my fav is Rock Salmon, which is similar to a normal Salmon but white flesh.
Every time I go back to the UK it is the 1st fish I eat.
In Thailand (especially Samui), we go to the beach and have Tuna, Swordfish Steaks or Mackeral (around 300-400g) cooked on the coals on the beach.
Cannot beat it
That's my fav here in Oz Chels.My favorite fish from the UK was Sole (flat fish)
It could be..... lobster(definitely) and fish supposedly taste better from colder waterThat's my fav here in Oz Chels.
Are you saying the UK variety is tastier than ours here? if so it might be a reason to visit next time i go to Europe instead of totally avoiding the place like my last trip over that way
Looks greatFound this restaurant that does small , starter size portions of tapas ... been back several times , its outstanding
Gambas pil pil , salt and pepper squid , bread with garlic Mayo, white chocolate cheesecake with hazelnuts in the base .. honey and soy ribs , confit of lamb in harissa with chickpea and tomato salad , focaccia with tomato and chilli ..not in correct order
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depends on the restaurants you go to smartarse .. a lot of places in Spain only do tapas for two or three people and not just for oneLooks great
But what you are eating are tapas 5555
Tapas are starter sized
PS...Also my favorite type of food/dish in the world! Just a brilliant idea