The World’s End Market
The Exceptional Jose Gordon (El Capricho) Menu
Fancy eating a type of meat you would not normally try? Fancy trying some exciting meat that came from what is often described as the world’s best farm? Then look no further, because the Jose Gordon menu at The World’s End Market restaurant in Chelsea ticks all these boxes!
The staff talked us through the impressive display cabinet of different meat parts of an Ox. For starters we ordered Ox Tongue and Carpaccio from Entrecote. I was completely surprised at the taste of the Ox Tongue. They were thin slices which have been slow cooked for 72 hours and were extremely tender. Accompanied by some mini gherkins and thinly sliced brown toast, it was delicious. The Carpaccio dish was really tender and creamy.
Ox Burgers Are the Way Forward!
After some exciting and very interesting starters we were pretty excited to start on the main course. We tried both the El Capricho Burger and the Solomillo De Buey. On the menu underneath the Ox Burger is written ‘we feel that this is possibly “the best burger in the world”. Whilst this is a bold statement, we could see why that have said it! The burger was incredibly thick cut of extremely tender premium Ox which has been matured for 100 days. This was accompanied with onion jam, lettuce, smoked Applewood cheese, gherkins, tomato and homemade sauce. The Solomillo de Buey was a gorgeous thick cut fillet steak perfectly served medium-rare . I definitely recommend sharing these dishes so that you get the best of both worlds!
After these amazing meats we were pretty stuffed but managed to squeeze some desserts. We had a delicious homemade Apple Crumble and some refreshing Vanilla, chocolate and mango ice cream!
The service at The World’s End Market restaurant in Chelsea was fantastic and the food was different. Oh don’t forget to try the cocktails which are great too! We had the Toledo Sour and the bartender made us a special Brandy cocktail after the meal (second dessert!)
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