Posted May 26, 2015on:
Morsels means tiny portions of food – that’s pretty apt for this place which serves good but exceedingly tiny and expensive dishes.
Can’t remember what this was, the portion was so tiny it didn’t even register.
I really liked this – their Hokkaido scallop ceviche, plums, tobiko, cilantro, red onion. It was delightfully refreshing with the right mix of textures and flavours.
This was my favourite dish – grilled house-poached octopus, squid ink risotto, salted egg yolk sauce, tobiko. They’ve spent a lot of effort into preparing this dish and it shows.
This is the butcher’s secret: grilled bavette, onion jam, chimichurri sauce, confit fingerling potatoes, pickled grapes, endives. Once again, excellently done but too small a portion for the price!
Sad to say that Morsels isn’t a place I’d return to, given the unsatisfying portion sizes, but if you can afford it, I’d highly recommend going!