Sunday 25 September 2016

The Table d'hote French Supper Club at The London Cooking Project in SW11

Table d'hote is a new French supperclub from French chef Benoit Jeannot, taking place at the London Cooking Project near Battersea Park in SW11.  £33 gets you a delicious French meal, served communally with other friendly diners - and this one is BYOB.

"Bringing traditional French fare to London, Table d’hote is a new supper club & shared dining experience concept created by Benoit Jeannot, a French native now living in London after having graduated from one of the top catering schools in France.
In France, Table d’hote literally means “the host’s table”, a shared dining experience going back to the roots of traditional French Cuisine. It is about simple, traditional food, made with quality ingredients and served in large quantities around a table in a convivial atmosphere.
Benoit graduated in 2002 from the prestigious French Catering school in La Rochelle (Lycée Hotelier de la Rochelle), where he learnt about French Cuisine along with the ins and outs of the catering world. 
During his teenage years in France, Benoit would spend his weekends working at a traditional French restaurant in the nearby village of Ferme Auberge de Gournay, and it was here, along with the inspiration of his mum’s home cooking, that the idea for Table d’Hote was born. 
In 2003 Benoit made the move to England to improve his English and widen his catering skills. Since then, and numerous dinner parties later, Benoit is finally ready to launch the concept of Table d’Hote.
Through his food, Benoit hopes to take his guests on a journey to France, helping them discover new flavours and traditions along the way."

When - Saturday 1st October 2016, 7pm - 11pm

Where - London Cooking Project, 1 Ethelburga Street, SW11 4AG

Tickets - £33pp - and it's BYOB - from Grub Club here


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Link - Tickets page

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