At about the time CTS enjoyed a lovely meal at Williamstown’s Prince Albert Hotel we became aware they were soon to join the ranks of those offering Sunday roast meals.
Of course we had to check it out!
Bennie and I subsequently turned up and went away disappointed as we’d arrived a week too early for the roast introduction.
This Sunday, though, I am even more in the mood as it’s a chilly and rain-blasted day.
The pub is warm, I pay for my roast pork plate, wait and am then blown away.
The Prince Albert is setting a new benchmark if this lunch is anything to go by.
The above costs $15 and it’s wonderful.
A handful of crisp spud chunks.
Another handful of delicious, whole roast baby carrots.
Two meaty slabs of pork with tremendous flavour, not as fall-apart tender perhaps as rare roast beef or lamb but superb eating nevertheless.
A mound on the side of fine, mustard-laced slaw.
Nice tub of jus for dipping.
The apple sauce is cold and the pork skin is chewy rather than crisp.
But so good is my lunch I feel churlish even mentioning them.
See earlier story here.