Sunday, 25 January 2015

The King of Gnocchi's Fish & Crustacean Valentine's Dinner in Hackney

This Valentine's Day Adalberto Battaglia aka The King of Gnocchi, is cooking a special seafood feast at Wonderland Ceramics in Victoria Park Road.  You'll get Scallops and Mango, Gnocchi with Mascarpone Cheese Cream, Scottish Smoked Salmon and Chive, Warm Canadian Lobster & Passion Fruit Salad, and whole lot more, all for £29.  Note that it's communal seating - you;ll be with sitting with other people, rather than at a table for two.

"The King of Gnocchi and the Quinto/Quarto Team are back to Victoria Park Road for this special occasion - Maldon Oysters, Scallops and Canadian Lobsters!
Italian chef Adalberto Battaglia (aka ‘The King of Gnocchi’, according to those who have been lucky enough to sample his cooking at his food stalls in Brick Lane) has devised another mouth-watering menu!
The cozy and intimate ceramic studio in Hackney E9, where they started their extremely successful popup, is once again going to be the perfect place for one memorable night!
The menu focuses on fresh crustaceans purchased exclusively for you at Billingsgate Market by Adha - Maldon Oysters, Scallops and Canadian Lobsters, amazingly served with Passion Fruit, in a special warm salad as a delicate and delicious main course.
The menu also includes a touch of Adha's famous gnocchi (so you can find out why the king won his crown!) with Scottish smoked salmon and mascarpone cream.
The menu includes a glass of Italian Rose Wine with the first starter, and an Italian Wine & Craft Beer List is available on site including Italian bubbles to match the rest of the menu!
Breads, ice-creams and beers are from E5 Bakehouse, Gelupo and Italian Craft Beers respectively!"

When - Saturday 14th February 2015, 7pm - 10.30pm

Where - Wonderland Ceramics, 237 Victoria Park Road, E9 7HD

Tickets - £29 from Grub Club here


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Link - Tickets page

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