Thursday, 4 April 2013

April's Upstairs Downstairs Dining Experience at The Dispensary in The City

Upstairs Downstairs is two regular events at The Dispensary Pub & Private Dining Room near Aldgate.  Held on the same night, upstairs starts with a champagne reception, while downstairs is more down to earth.  I went a couple of months ago, and I really recommend it.  Upstairs you get a full 5 course feast served by a butler who worked at Buckingham Palace for ten years.  For April the Upstairs diners are getting roast capon stuffed with wild mushrooms & chicken livers!

"The Dispensary invites you to enjoy our monthly pop up Upstairs Downstairs @ The Dispensary.  David Cambridge, who was formerly a personal chef to Sir Evelyn de Rothschild and has cooked for some of the world’s most discerning people. His colleague Philip Joss was a senior footman at Buckingham.  For those who are dining Upstairs in the grand private dining Palace before joining David as Butler to the Rothschild family room, your evening will start with a champagne reception, our Butler will then invite you and your guests to take your seats for a five-course dinner using the best seasonal produce paired to fine wines. Our sole purpose is to make sure that your evening is perfect. In keeping with the theme, those dining Downstairs in the cosy bar will enjoy a pint of our House ale and a hearty wholesome homemade pie, served by our downstairs maids.
Upstairs Menu
Garden pea soup with parmesan tuille 
Roasted sea bream, broad bean puree, sherry glazed vegetables 
Roast capon stuffed with wild mushrooms and chicken livers, Armagnac gravy 
Breaded camembert 
Plum clafouti"

When - Wednesday 17th April from 7.00pm

Where - The Dispensary, 19a Leman Street, London, E1 8EN

Tickets - Upstairs £65, Downstairs £15, from

Link - The Dispensary

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