Saturday, 27 June 2015

Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake...a delightfully pink ombré cake topped with pink bubbles. Buttery, filled with strawberry compote and whipped vanilla cream, this cake evokes birthday parties and celebrations...
Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

This cake was pretty exciting to make. It was a cake of firsts. The first cake I photographed with my brand new camera. The first time I made gelatine bubbles. My first ombré cake. And I think that's all the firsts but 3 firsts is still very impressive for one cake. I started dreaming of a very pink cake a few weeks ago when my sister had her baby girl. I thought a pink cake was in order to celebrate. But then, why should I start pushing gender conformity on a 5 week old baby? We'll just have to set that aside and embrace the pinkness for now...cos it's SO PRETTY! Look at the pinkness! YAY!
Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

I've called this the Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake. My go-to vanilla cake is usually an adaption of the amazing Sweetapolita's vanilla cake but this time, I wanted a buttery, dense cake which would stay firm and soak up the strawberry compote I was planning on filling the cake with. So I used a very traditional butter cake recipe, which would have enough firmness to soak up liquid while being stacked high. It's a lovely simple cake that suits many different icings and uses.
Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

Now to the really fun and messy bit! These gelatine bubbles were so much fun to make and really easy. They need 24 hours to dry so make sure you start them a day or two before. You could even do them a week in advance and store them in a dry, air tight container. As long as you don't get them wet, they could really survive indefinitely. And just a note that although they are technically edible, they would be really gross to eat.
Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

To make the bubbles, blow up some water balloons of varying sizes. I found that to make them really round, blow to the desired size then twist the "stem" of the balloon really tight, pushing the air to the other end and tie them tight. Pierce the excess plastic with a skewer and push the other end into a sponge, so that the balloons are suspended above your bench, not coming into contact with each other. 
Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

Then mix up your gelatine mixture. I'll put really detailed instructions below but basically, the ratio is two parts water to one part powdered gelatine. For this many bubbles, I used 6 tablespoons of water and 3 tablespoons of gelatine. After you've coloured the gelatine, let it set and then microwaved the geltain, dip your balloons in the mixture. For my bubbles, I dipped some once and some twice. The more you dip them, the darker they'll be.
Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

Don't worry if the under side of your bubbles are a bit mess, they'll be sitting on the cake and I found i had to trim those bits off to get them to sit flat anyway. Just try to make the upper-side as smooth as possible. Even then, one of my favourite bubble had a ripple through it from not being dipped smoothly enough. Imperfections can be the best...there's a lesson for my niece to learn! 

The next day, pop the balloons and peel them away from the bubble. This bit was really fun. 

Then it's on to the cake, filling and icing! 

Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake
And because this is a celebration cake, it deserves a special icing. I decided to make a vanilla Swiss meringue buttercream. Many people prefer this SMBC over regular buttercream, however real buttercream with tonnes of icing sugar and butter will never be usurped in my heart. But SMBC is a lovely icing and a real skill to add to your baking repertoire. It's more stable and can withstand a hotter day then traditional buttercream. Lots of people use it for wedding cakes in Australia where our days can get so warm. It's also got a lighter texture and can be a little easier to get smoother finish on your cake. 
Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

The cake is filled with fresh strawberry compote and a good dollop of whipped cream. I wanted the cake to evoke strawberry shortcake. Even though I've never had proper strawberry shortcakes...I think I'll need to have a go at that soon. The whipped cream has a little gelatine in it to stabilise it, it need to hold it's own under 5 layers of dense cake!
The cake is really easy. I did find it domed quite a bit, even with bake even strips so you might need to do a little trimming to get the cake layers nice and flat. But then you get to eat the trimmings so really not that bad of a deal. 
Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

The icing is a little different to traditional buttercream. You start by placing the egg whites and sugar in a heatproof bowl. As the whites and sugar get whipped after they're heated, I just use my metal KitchenAid bowl. Heat the egg whites and sugar over a rapidly simmers pot of water, gently whisking constantly, til they reach 60°C/140°F on candy thermometer or until there are no grains of sugar left. You need to make sure you are whisking constantly, otherwise you'll end up with really sweet scrambled eggs.
Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

After this, whip the egg whites with a whisk attachment of a stand mixer, or with handheld beaters. They need to whisked until they return to room temperature, around 8-10 minute. Once the whites and bowl are neutral to the touch, add bits of cool - not soft - butter in 30 second intervals until all mixed. Then the Swiss meringue buttercream is ready! This whole process can be a little intimidating but once you have it, it's really easy. Like a lot of things in life! Another lesson for baby! But if you're having troubles, the ever amazing Sweetapolita has the best and clearest step by step to follow. I strongly encourage you to go have a read of them if it's your first time making SMBC.
Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

After you've made the icing and trimmed your layers, stack them on top of each other, filling each layer with cream and strawberry compote...
Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

Now we've assembled the cake, it's time to start the ombré icing. I started by tinting the whole lot of the icing a base pink shade. I then used this to do a crumb coat over the whole cake, making sure the cream dam was reinforced by SMBC. Put the cake in the fridge to firm up for 30 minutes. 
Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

In the meantime, split your remaining SMBC into 3 lots and tint them to the desired shades. Remember, add a little icing at a time. It's easy to add more, not so easy to take away. 

Once the cake is firm and you're happy with your icing shades, it's time to ombré! Add the darkest icing on the bottom third of the cake...
Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

...the medium colour on the middle of the cake...
Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

...and the lightest colour on the top third and top of the cake. 
Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

This is where having a turntable comes in handy. Mine is cheap and has warped but it shouldn't matter too much as long as it spins. Spin the cake around and around, holding a bench scraper perpendicular to the cake. As you spin and smooth the cake, the layers will blend and become ombré. So pretty! 
Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

Top with the bubbles. I used a mix of pink and silver cachous to fill in the gaps.

Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

And there you have it! A wonderful Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake!

Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

Perfect for a birthday party or just because

Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

How sweet do the water balloons look blown up...

Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

I'm already thinking of the cake I'll make for baby's first birthday.

Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

I'm loving the new camera by the way. I think there's a lot to learn with food photography and I'm so excited to jump in!
Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

Yummy, sweet, buttery...
Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

And one more cos I just LOVE my new camera!
Cassie Cakes Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

Pink Bubble Strawberry Butter Cake

*Make gelatine bubbles at least 24 hours before required to ensure adequate drying time

*To ensure even layers, weigh your mixing bowl before beginning cake mix. This will make it possible for you to subtract the weight of the bowl from the total weight once the cake batter has been made and allow you to divide the batter into fifths. 

Prep time: 140 mins plus drying time

Cooking time: 90 mins
Total time:  3 hr 50 mins 
Servings: 12

Gelatine Bubbles

Water ballons
Wooden skewers
Large sponge
Vegetable oil
3 tablespoons powdered gelatine
6 tablespoons cold water
Pink gel food colouring

  1. Fill 10 - 20 water balloons with air, inflating to various sizes. Pinch and twist opening of balloon to push the air down to the end of the balloon to ensure a round shape.
  2. Pierce the excess end of the balloon with a wooden skewer and push into a sponge to ensure that the balloons are not touching to ground or each other.
  3. One by one, rub the outside of the balloons with a tiny amount of vegetable oil. Wipe the excess off the balloons with a paper towel.
  4. In a small microwave proof bowl, mix together the gelatine, water and food colouring. Allow to absorb for 5 minutes.
  5. Heat the gelatine mix in the microwave in 10 second intervals until the geltaine is melted and the mix is smooth.
  6. Allow to cool slightly then holding the balloon by the know, dip each balloon in the gelatine until the balloon is mostly covered.
  7. After all balloons have been dipped, dip about half of the balloons again to darken the colour.
  8. Allow balloons to dry overnight.
  9. Once the balloons are dry, pierce the balloon and deflate the balloon inside the gelatine. Peel away the balloon and trim the gelatine bubbles to sit flat.
  10. Store in an airtight container til required.

Butter Cake
375g butter, softened
3 cups caster sugar
6 eggs, free range
1 1/2 teaspooons vanilla extract
4 1/2 cups plain flour
1 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon bicarbonate soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 1/2 cups buttermilk

Swiss Meringue Buttercream
7 large/225g egg whites, free range 
1 1/2 cups/375g caster sugar
2 1/2 cups/510g butter, cut into 2cm cubes - should be cool, not cold. Take butter out of fridge 10 -15 minutes before required.
2 teaspoons vanilla
Pink gel food colouring

Strawberry Compote
2 cups chopped strawberries
1/2 cup sugar
1 tablespoon lemon juice

Whipped Cream Filling
2 tablespoons cold water
2 tablespoons powdered gelatine
420ml thickened cream
1/4 cup sifted icing sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla

Butter Cake

  1. Preheat oven to 180°C.
  2. Grease two 8 inch/20cm cake tins generously with butter and flour the sides. Line the bases with baking paper
  3. In the bowl of an electric mixer, beat the butter and caster sugar until creamy and lighter in colour.
  4. Add the eggs, one at a time, until each egg is mixed through
  5. Add vanilla and beat until just combined.
  6. In a separate bowl, sift together flour, baking powder, bicarbonate soda and salt.
  7. Add the sifted flour and buttermilk to the butter mix alternately, starting and ending with the flour. Beat on a low speed until just combined.
  8. Using scales, divide the batter into 5 lots and bake the first two cakes for 45 - 50 minutes, or until the tops are golden and a wooden skwer comes out clean when cake is pierced.
  9. Allow cakes to stand in the pans for 10 minutes before turning on to racks to cool.
  10. Clean the cake pans, re-grease and line, then bake next two layers, then the final layer.
  11. Allow cakes to completely cool before trimming as required.
Swiss Meringue Butter Cream
  1. Wipe out the metal bowl of stand mixer with a paper towel moistened with lemon jucie to ensure the bowl is grease free.
  2. Add egg whites and sugar, and simmer over a pot of rapidly simmering water, whisking gently until temperature reaches 60°C or until sugar is dissolved.
  3. Take the bowl off the heat and put onto stand mixer. Whip on a medium speed until the egg whites have cooled to room temperature. This will take 8 - 10 minutes, or more. Do not add butter until bowl is neutral to the touch.
  4. Switch over to paddle attachment and with mixer on low speed add butter cubes one by one in 30 second intervals until all butter has been added. 
  5. If the mixture becomes lumpy and looks like scrambled eggs, do not panic. Keep mixing on a low speed and the mix will come together and become smooth. 
  6. Add vanilla and a small amount of pink food colouring to reach desired base shade.
  7. Set aside until required.
Strawberry Compote

  1. Add chopped strawberries to a medium pan along with sugar and lemon juice.
  2. Simmer gently, til strawberries break down and mix becomes jam like, around 5 - 8 minutes.
  3. Set aside to cool, then refrigerate until required.

 Whipped Cream Filling
  1. Add gelatine to a small bowl and then add cold water. Mix and set aside for 10 minutes.
  2. In a small saucepan, heat 1/2 cup cream until it just begins to simmer then take off the heat and add gelatine. Whisk to combine and then place in fridge.
  3. Keep whisking the gelatine and cream every 2 minutes, placing back into the fridge in between, until the cream reaches a cool temperature.
  4. Whip the remaining cream with icing sugar until soft peaks just begin to form.
  5. Very gradually add the cool gelatine and cream mixture while beating and continue beating until medium-firm peaks form. Once medium peaks being to form, cease beating or cream with turn lumpy. Refrigerate until required.
  1. Place one layer of cake onto a cake board, cut side up.
  2. Pipe a layer of the whipped cream filling around the border of the cake to create a "dam" for the strawberry compote,
  3. Spoon 1/4 of the strawberry compote into the cut side of the cake. Add a few random dollops of cream on top of the compote,
  4. Add another layer of cake and repeat with cream and compote. Repeat until all layers are added.
  5. With the Swiss Meringue Buttercream, fill in any gaps between the layers and ensure sides of the cake are straight.
  6. Using a spatula, add a thin layer of Swiss Meringue Buttercream to the outside of the cake, creating a crumb coat over the entire cake.
  7. Refrigerate cake for 30 minutes.
  8. Divide the remaining Swiss Meringue Buttercream into thirds and tint each third desired shade.
  9. Take cake out of the fridge and add the darkest coloured icing to the bottom third of the cake, the medium shade to the middle third and the lightest colour to the top third and top of the cake.
  10. Holding a straight cake scraper, bench scraper or spatula 90 degrees to the cake.
  11. Slowly spin the cake til colours have blended and outside of the cake has reached the desired smoothness. You may need to refrigerate the cake to firm up, to allow pressure to be applied to smooth the cake.
  12. Top with gelatine bubbles and coloured sprinkles. 

Friday, 19 June 2015

REVIEW: Ananas

Ananas Sydney Cassie Cakes
Just off Argyle street is this little gem.
First off, I will apologise for the quality of these photos. It was lovely and romantically lit inside the restaurant which made photography a bit challenging. Plus, it was my birthday and we were drinking which also made photography challenging. Had we not had such a wonderful time which I want to tell you about, I wouldn't be posting these terrible photos. If something doesn't look amazing, it's me and the camera, not the restaurant.

Ananas Sydney Cassie Cakes
Oui, indeed,
Those mitigating circumstances aside, let me tell you about Ananas. If you've been following me closely, you'll know about my obsession with all things French and being my birthday, I wanted to have a sophisticated French dinner with my best girls, who both live in Sydney. So I went on a hunt for French restaurants in Sydney! And found Ananas. Which means pineapple in French, and pretty much every other language.
Ananas Sydney Cassie Cakes
Pretty table flowers.
We walked down the cobble stone alley way and up the stairs for our 8pm sitting. We were greeted quickly and walked through the busy cocktail and bar dining area to a large, plush booth at the back. The restaurant was low lit with candles and rustic chandeliers, it really felt like a wonderful date venue. But dates can include lady dates! The atmosphere was great, and even a not-so-keen eye could spot the namesake fruit dotted everywhere.

Ananas Sydney Cassie Cakes
Lets get turnt!
We ordered cocktails, one Ananas Bellini ($19) which was vanilla, honey, pineapple and champagne,  two PBE Martini's ($20). The bellini was fruity and bubbly, but for $19, I'd want more than just some champagne. Which is why I got a PBE Martini. I don't know what possessed me to get a coffee based cocktail as I don't drink coffee. I drank it though as I figured the coffee would give me a boost in addition to the alcohol.
Ananas Sydney Cassie Cakes
Creamy butter soup. Butter soup...I bet I could make that with 500g of butter and a hot day.
The waitress was so patient with us and we ordered each course one at a time, talking too much and drinking a lot. Generally being merry. But she kept coming back and helping us out with menu details and topping up our drinks. Eventually we got around to ordering. To start, we were given a complimentary veloute - a French soup, thickened with butter - made from apple, fennel and black garlic. The soup was creamy and smooth, but I couldn't pick up any of the garlic.

Ananas Sydney Cassie Cakes
Big shoutout to all the body parts of friends and family who appear in my photos.
We got things started in earnest with our starters...wait, I see what I did there. First, we had 6 oysters, at $4.50 each. We choose the Merimbula oysters which were Sydney rock oysters. They were plump little oysters, served with 3 sauces of which the cocktail sauce was the nicest with the oysters. They were plump and flavourful.
Ananas Sydney Cassie Cakes
Can I be really uncultured and say this pate tasted like Strasburg ham? But I mean that in the best way possible. I love Strasburg ham!
The second of our starters was Le Pate de Campagne - country style duck terrine with cherry gastrique and brioche ($23). This dish was delicious! The duck and the cherry sauce along with the brioche struck a balance with sweety and salty. It was snaffled up in no time.
Ananas Sydney Cassie Cakes
That's some shadow over that risotto. I'm sorry, risotto. You deserve better.
For our first entrée, we ordered Le Risotto a Notre Facon - Ananas style risotto for $24. The risotto changes depending on available produce. When we visited, the risotto of the day was beetroot, asparagus and speck. Other than colour, the beetroot didn't lend anything to the dish but the asparagus was firm and the little bits of speck were little chewy treasures in the risotto.
Ananas Sydney Cassie Cakes
Shadow strikes again. I even know how to get rid of those shadows but my mind was pretty addled by this point,
Our second entrée was Les Langoustine - crispy scampi papillotes with sweet basil, extra virgin olive oil and sauce rouille. Sauce rouille is basically a fancy mayonnaise. I really liked this, it was one of my favourite but I don't know how French it was. The crisp pastry and plump prawn were cooked really well, but the sauces were little more than decoration. A bit more of them would have been nice.

Ananas Sydney Cassie Cakes
Snails. You may use your fancy name but I know you're snails. And that's what I couldn't get over.
Now since we were in a French restaurant, how could we not get the snails! Les Escargots ($22), Burgundy Snails, parsley, garlic butter and hazelnuts. And it was my first time. They came out in a dish specifically made for escargot, which I thought was pretty cool. There were little discs of pastry atop the snail in parsley. I can't say that I would order them again. They tasted fine but for me, I couldn't get over the texture. My dining companions who had more experience in the snail eating arena both agreed they were very good and for my first escargot consumption, it was a good introduction.
Lamb shanks are da bomb.,

Ananas Sydney Cassie Cakes
We had chips too! Cos where there is Cassie, there are chips.
After some more drinks, we ordered our mains. Because not everyone is as awesome as me, two of the mains were entrees. For my main, I ordered the L'agneau ($44), lamb, charred eggplant puree, couscous, yoghurt and capsicum. This dish is usually lamb rack but on the night we visited, they ran out of lamb rack so it was a lamb shank instead. This was very pleasing to me. The lamb was unctuous and tender. I would have liked some more eggplant but this is fine dining. There was a good serve of couscous and the meal itself was well portioned. I enjoyed it very much.
Ananas Sydney Cassie Cakes
Pretty, but small. Just like the lady who ate it!
For the next main, we ordered Le Saumon ($27), citrus and cognac cured ocean trout, petits potato galettes, cucumber, dill and radish. This dish was quite small but the waitress advised us of such. It was beautifully presented and the fish absolutely melted in the mouth.
Ananas Sydney Cassie Cakes
How can raw meat taste so damn good?
The final main was so wonderfully French, Le Filet en Tartare ($24), steak tartar, capers, quail egg and toasted brioche. Ordering steak tartare is said to be the biggest compliment to the chef, as you trust the quality of their meat. And the chef didn't let us down. The steak didn't even need chewing and with the quail egg mixed through, was so delightfully creamy. The amount of steak was also really generous. It appeared to be a whole steak, which is good for a high quality steak.
Ananas Sydney Cassie Cakes
I wish you could hear the crack of that chocolate. Amazing.
We were stuffed to the gills with fine French food but it was my birthday so the girls got me a dessert, with a candle and everything. We ordered the Snickers Revolution ($19). There was no description on the menu, what was presented was a chocolate cylinder of mousse atop candied peanuts with a quenelle of peanut and chocolate ice cream. What it was bliss. A dish of pure transcendence. As full as we were, I think we all could have had a hundred more. It was the perfect way to end the night...or the dinner part of the night anyway.
Also this. Source: here.

The atmosphere was dark and romantic, the staff were helpful and the food was lovely. Ananas was an absolute pleasure and my only complaint about the restaurant is that they're so far away.

Food: 4/5
Service: 4.5/5
Price: 4/5
Atmosphere: 4.5/5

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Monday, 15 June 2015

REVIEW: The Book Kitchen

The Book Kitchen Cassie Cakes
See the black dog on the left there? He's a groodle and his name is Gus and he's a good boy.
Oops! How can it be two weeks since my last post? I'll tell you how. I went to Sydney! And then I got sick. But...I went to Sydney! For my birthday! And I had one of the best birthdays of my 20 something years. That's right, 20 something. That gives you an indication of how old I might be, since I'm not willing to say outright what something in the 20's I am. But you shush your mouth! I'm 20 something, goddamn it!
The Book Kitchen Cassie Cakes
The wonderful industrial yet cosy interiors.
As far as chronology goes, this is the second restaurant I have to review from my Sydney jaunt but I wanted to do this one first. The morning after the night before, we were a touch shady and boy, was I looking forward to breakfast. Hold up..."boy"? What am I, a mid-western choirgirl? Um, no. Anyway, moving on.
The Book Kitchen Cassie Cakes
Book lined walls.
My lovely friend who lives in Sydney took me to one of my favourite Sydney suburbs, Surry Hills. Alliteration for the win! Surry Hills is full of so many lovely cafes with a great food scene and this little café was no exception. The Book Kitchen sits on Devonshire Street, which is pleasantly busy, making it great for people watching from the tables outside. A table inside also seemed a great place to sit, with the book lined walls and great bustling atmosphere but on this sunny Saturday, we nabbed a seat in the cool winter sun.
The Book Kitchen Cassie Cakes
Action shot.
Service was prompt with water and menus delivered quickly and drink orders taken swiftly. We ordered a hot chocolate ($4) and a pot of TBK Chai Leaf Tea ($5.50). There were tragically no marshmallows for my hot chocolate and after Felix, few other hot chocolates please me without marshmallows. What's the bloody point. Still, it wasn't horrid and it did the job. The chai tea was delightful - wonderfully spiced, milky and sweet - it hit the spot.
The Book Kitchen Cassie Cakes
Looks the goods...wasn't the goods.

After drinking our hot drinks, we were ready to order. The waitress was so accommodating and thoroughly knew the menu. There were many tempting choices with lots of vegetarian options, which I'm really learning to notice as I move away from such meatcentric eating. We ordered two dishes and decided to share. There was a caramel milkshake on the menu however the kitchen was heartbreakingly out of caramel, so I got a chocolate milkshake ($7). The texture was very thin and the flavour was not very strong but the canister was cold and the serving was big. Check out where it ranks on The Cassie Cakes Milk Bar.

The meals arrived quickly and together and were presented invitingly! First, the Trio Corn Fritters - Poached Edd, Avo Salsa, Rocket with Roast Tomato ($20), plus we got extra Haloumi ($6). The haloumi was good and I'm glad we ordered it, but it was nothing on the Greek Festival haloumi. But for café haloumi, very good. Maybe the haloumi tempted comparison but the fritters...stand aside! No comparison came close. These fritters were so tasty, the corn was juicy and sweet, they were friend well and along with the avocado salsa and egg poached to perfection...mouth party. Please get the fritters if you come to The Book Kitchen.

For our second meal, we ordered the Slow Cooked Greek Beans - Rich Tomato Sauce, Poached Eggs, Salsa Verde, Pancetta and Sourdough for $19. The waitress kindly got our beans sans pancetta. The beans were tasty and firm to the bite, as though al dente. The toast was delightfully buttery, scooping up the beans with a hunk of buttery sourdough was an absolute treat. The eggs were also stellar and as with the Corn Fritter, just perfect. I love a well poached egg - the whites firm and the yolk runny.

The food at The Book Kitchen was top, everything was well cooked and well seasoned, balanced and tasty. The drinks were okay, not the best milkshake or hot chocolate but the chai tea was spot on. With such great food, backed by friendly and quick service, The Book Kitchen is really a wonderful brunch spot. It was such a pleasant café. Highly recommended.

Food: 4/5
Service: 4/5
Price: 3.5/5
Atmosphere: 4/5

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