Bread and butter is usually a staple at any restaurant, but London-based eatery The Restaurant Story decided to give a whimsical spin to the popular appetizer with a new format. The Restaurant Story elegantly serves a candle made of beef tallow that melts as the candle burns allowing eaters to dip bread in the warm melted liquid that collects at the bottom of the candle holder.
The Restaurant Story lives up to its name by offering customers the chance to experience food in new shapes and forms. The dish pays tribute to bread often being used to soak up warm fats and juices from roasted meats. The candle is made from rendered beef fat that heats up when the candle has been lit. The dish is served with slices of bread that are perfect for dipping.
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