(Photos by Leonie Wise - see more and her review here )
Great news! The Wild Food Kitchen pop-up restaurant in Hackney, which ran for 4 days last week, was such a success that they're back for a couple of nights - this Thursday and Friday. Run by Jimmy Garcia of the South West Supper Club, it's a 5 course dinner, based on wild and foraged food, with live entertainment, as you can see from the pics above. See the original post here:
"The Wild Food Kitchen is a brand new pop-up restaurant fine dining experience, where the focus is on Wild and Foraged Foods hand picked and poached from the British Isles. We have a forager in Kent who is out picking the greens (even in this weather!) and a Game Keeper in Northamptonshire who is hunting the meat. Some of London's finest buskers will be playing throughout the evening and long in to the night, whilst you dine on five delicious courses for just £36 per head. All of this will be taking place in the unique setting of the ArtHaus, Richmond Road, Hackney. We'll also have Art Adorning the walls from some of London's finest up and coming artists, and will be selling a selection of Wines to accompany the meal from our very own custom built 'Caravan Bar'."
When - 24th - 25th May
Where - The Arthaus, 203 Richmond Road, London E8 3NJ
Cost - £36 per head, & BYOB. To book a ticket please email Bookings@wildfoodkitchen.org
Link 1 - The Wild Food Kitchen
Link 2 - SWSC on Facebook