I could smell lavender as we walked along the garden.
The main dining hall. It has a rustic and homey feel to it. :)
Photographs and artworks were posted on the walls.
Love the plates... :)
I was so ready for the gastronomic feast!
We started with some breaded prawns on super thin, wafer-like crackers. The prawns were thick and juicy. :)
We also had some apple-onion chutney on a slice of cheese on crackers. This was really yummy!
We ordered the Aegean salad: mixed greens, grilled pear, cottage cheese, roasted pistachios, and red peppercorns in a tangy herb dressing. Red peppercorns! Delish!
I super enjoyed the Al Funghi Pasta. Fresh mushrooms and basil in olive oil.
The chicken kebabs were smoky and yet still moist and juicy inside. I enjoyed it with the grilled veggies and couscous.
Another round, please. :)
Marcia Adams' Tuscany is one place that can rival Sonya's Garden although Sonya's Garden has an advantage because they offer unlimited servings. Still, Marcia Adams' Tuscany - with its food and Tuscan come-hither appeal, is a place worth going to for relaxation and even inspiration. In fact, my mom got so inspired to be crafty with the beer bottles that she actually asked the waiter to rummage through the kitchen and bring her as much empty beer bottles as he could find! :)