KABOOM! The restaurant is called L’Enclume, which means ‘anvil’ in French. . .L’Enclume is in an eight-hundred-year-old building that used to be a blacksmith shop–there is an actual anvil in the dining room, as you can see me posing by above. . .L’Enclume is located in the village of Cartmel in the Lake District of England. . .Cartmel is the place where sticky toffee pudding was invented and perfected–apparently Madonna has someone in town send her sticky toffee pudding whenever she craves it. . .L’Enclume has two Michelin stars. . .L’Enclume serves a seventeen-course dinner every evening of the week–it is freakin’ magical and tasty. . .L’Enclume is the dream-come-true of a guy called Simon Rogan. . .in short, L’Enclume ROCKS! I hope you can eat here some day. Cheers!
I send you absolutely delicious vibes from Cartmel, England. . .feel them. . .they make the world a better place.
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It’s lovely out there.