Saturday, 28 November 2015

Decatur's 'American South and Louisiana' Residency at Pamela Bar in Dalston

Decatur, who have done street food at Druid St and with KERB, have taken over the kitchen at Pamela at 428 Kingsland Road, serving up lots of amazing treats like whole buttermilk fried quail, Nashville ‘Hot’ Oysters, and Bourbon Spiked Pumpkin-Meringue Pie (wow).  They aare serving Tues - Sun until January 2016 - and possibly longer.  Form a queue!

"At Pamela our focus is the same as it ever was on the street; cooking and highlighting the amazing, and more hard to find food of the American South and Louisiana, using the best British ingredients we can find. That might mean a rare-breed Hogs Head Terrine, coupled with Green Tomato Chow Chow, a Whole Buttermilk Fried quail dressed with Spiked Nottinghamshire Honey from my Mum’s Beehives - or our signature Chargrilled Wild Oysters from Maldon, in Essex - grilled with Garlic Pecorino Butter and Crystal Hot Sauce. We run a 8-10 small plate menu with rotating specials, and a selection of bar snacks (like Awesome Devilled Eggs, Boiled Peanuts and Puffed Pig-Skin Cracklins) to whet your whistle. I’ve attached a sample menu below for your perusal!
Menu includes:
Small Plates
Chargrilled Oysters
Garlic Pecorino Butter, Crystal Hot Sauce & Cajun Spices
Whole Buttermilk Fried Quail
Hot Honey & Thyme
Pork Boudin Balls
Mustard Mayo & Bread and Butter Pickles.
Nashville ‘Hot’ Oysters
Buttermilk Fried w/ Wonderbread & Pickles.
Bourbon Spiked Pumpkin-Meringue Pie."

When - Until January 15th 2016 (at least)
Tuesday to Sunday
6pm - 11pm other than Friday and Saturday when we're open til 1am. The bar closes an hour after service!

Where - Pamela Dalston, 428 Kingsland Rd, London E8 4AA


Get directions with Citymapper

Link 1 - Decatur on Twitter
Link 2 - Pamela Bar

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