Chef Oliver Rowe is back at The London Cooking Project in Ethelburga Street, near Battersea Park, on Saturday 30th January for a night of seasonal and locally sourced food. Dishes will include Roast quail with blood orange, beetroot & hazelnut salad, and Warm chocolate & salted caramel brownie with clementine cream, and it costs just £35 with BYO, or £45 with a specially selected wine pairing. Go!
"Oliver Rowe cooks up a 4-course menu celebrating locally sourced and seasonal ingredients!
London Cooking Project has teamed up with Oliver Rowe to bring you Food For All Seasons - a series of monthly supper clubs celebrating seasonal food to coincide with the release of his book by the same name in June. Each event will feature produce from local producers and bring you the best ingredients the seasons have to offer.
Feast on the flavours of January 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.
All profits from the supper club will go back into funding our community projects at the London Cooking Project."
When - Saturday 30th January 2016, 7pm
Where - London Cooking Project, 1 Ethelburga Street, SW11 4AG
Tickets - £35pp BYO, or £45 with paired wines, from Grub Club here
Link - Tickets page
Get more events like this
I have created a weekly newsletter to feature news about all of the latest and best pop-up and temporary things in London. Please sign up below!
See this week's newsletter here