The Amateur Table - Popup Supper Club
Only 3 days to go
- Ends 22/02/2018
The Amateur Table, Leiths School of Food & Wine and London Cooking Project have teamed up to bring you a series of supper clubs aimed to celebrate amateur talent at its finest.
On the first Saturday of every month a talented amateur chef will be put in charge of presenting you their very own menu.
Join us for our very first supper club full of exceptional food and people, as one of Leiths' graduates puts on a delicious 5-course set menu for you.
To book email - [email protected] and quote The Indie Hub£45 and it is a BYOB night
Port & Tonic
Watercress & pea, goats curd, toasted seeds
Smoked salmon, mousse, roasted hazelnuts, lemon butter
Pork belly, celeriac & apple purée, creamed leeks, crackling
(V: Spiced cauliflower steak, celeriac & apple purée, creamed leeks, crackling)
Lemon sponge, ginger crumb, salted caramel ice cream
Amateur After Eights
*Please note that this event is BYOB with free corkage.
London Cooking Project is an exciting new private social enterprise in Battersea that works to provide opportunities to develop and nurture young talent in the field and is committed to benefitting the local community.
We have created a beautifully unique kitchen space in an old ice factory that is home to some of the country's top chefs. We also have a gorgeous dining area that seats up to 48 people so you can sit and watch our chefs in action.
The London Cooking Project runs a variety of events, supper clubs, pop ups and cookery classes that anyone with a passion for food can get involved in. The funding from these activities, along with the kitchen hire and venue hire for film and photoshoots, is injected back into community and charity projects based around food.