Chef Oliver Rowe is back at The London Cooking Project near to Battersea Park on Saturday 23rd April for another seasonal supper club, leading up the the publication of his first cook book this summer. Oliver was previously at Moro, and guests have raved about his food at previous events - you really need to try his food as soon as you can - menu here
"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 April 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.
Traditionally a difficult time of year in the seasonal calendar as many crops have yet to be harvested, but supplies of the stored fruit and vegetables, like apples and beetroot, are rapidly dwindling. Wild garlic is in abundance, as are many salad leaves. This months menu will be green and lean, healthy and full of verdant flavours.
Food for All Seasons will be published by Faber in June and all profits from the supper club will go back into funding our community projects at the London Cooking Project."
When - Saturday 23rd April 2016, 7pm - 11pm
Tickets - £40 from Grub Club here
Link - Tickets page - inc full menu
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