On Friday 25th September The London Kitchen Project in Ethelburga Street SW11 is hosting Oliver Rowe for a special dinner supporting some of London's best food and drink producers. Oliver Rowe ran Konstam, a resturant where over 80% of the produce used was supplied from London, and this meal will use similar principles to let you celebrate the capital in food.
"London Kitchen Project has teamed up with Oliver Rowe for Urban Food Fortnight to bring you a one-off autumnal supper club supporting and celebrating local London producers including The London Distillery Company, Cultivate London and Organiclea.
Social enterprise Cultivate London (CL) uses derelict sites in West London to train unemployed young people in horticulture, creating access to employment and producing sustainable, locally grown food. Plants grown by the young people at CL are sold to cafes, green grocers, box schemes, and at farmers markets across London.
Organiclea is a community food project based in the Lea Valley in north-east London. They produce and distribute food and plants locally, and inspire and support others to do the same. With a workers’ cooperative at their core, they bring people together to take action towards a more just and sustainable society.
Feast on the flavours of autumn brought to you by Oliver Rowe - previously a chef at the highly acclaimed Moro and the man behind Konstam at the Prince Albert – London’s first locally sourced restaurant with over 80% of the produce used being sourced from in and around London.
A welcome cocktail will be provided by The London Distillery Company using their Dodd’s gin – brewed right across the road in an old Victorian Dairy.
All profits from the supper club will go back into funding our community projects at the London Kitchen Project."
When - Fri 25th September 2015, 7pm
Where London Kitchen Project, 1 Ethelburga Street, SW11 4AG
Tickets - £35pp (BYO) or £45pp including paired wine with each course and are available to buy from Grub Club here
Link - Tickets page
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