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Guests will arrive by boat to Goodluck Hope, on the banks of the River Thames, with spectacular views of Canary Wharf. There they will find a one-day-only pop-up of renowned 2 Michelin-starred restaurant ‘Kitchen Table’ (currently closed) and experience an unforgettable tasting menu by its chef James Knappett.
Each course paired Gusbourne’s award-winning range of English Sparkling Wine. Enjoy the fantastic views from the specially-constructed glass marquee right on the river bank, with spectacular views of the O2 and the city, bathed in stunning riverside sunlight. Lunchtime sitting and Dinnertime tickets available. A true highlight of the festival.
London Restaurant Festival 2019’s ‘Chef of the Year’ award winner Jackson Boxer, hosts a four-course tasting menu at Orasay in Notting Hill. Paired with three Martin Miller’s Gin cocktails.
Jack comes from a wealth of knowledge in the kitchen, learning from his father but also his many experiences along his career and this tasting menu showcases his expertise. Paired with wine.
A five-course tasting menu hosted by Anthony Demetre at Wild Honey in the heart of St James’s, combining the best of British produce and French cooking. Paired with Mount Gay Rum cocktails.
A six-course tasting menu hosted by Carlo Scotto at Xier, Carlo’s first solo venture set in the heart of Marylebone. Showcasing the best-of-British produce fashioned into some very fine-dining modern cooking. Carlo’s innovative cooking has received widespread praise and critical acclaim, thanks to his creative flair, unusual flavour combinations and theatricality. Paired with Martin Miller’s Gin cocktails.
London Restaurant Festival 2019’s ‘Newcomer of the Year’ award winner Anna Haugh, hosts a five-course modern European tasting menu with an Irish influence at Myrtle in Chelsea. Paired with wine.
A seven-course tasting menu hosted at Kanishka by Atul Kochhar, the first Chef in London to be awarded a Michelin-star for Indian cuisine. Modern interpretations of dishes from Northeastern India in the heart of London’s Mayfair. Paired with wine.
A four-course Thai tasting menu hosted by Jane Alty at The Begging Bowl, in London’s vibrant Peckham. Using locally sourced British seasonal ingredients showcasing traditional Thai methods. Paired with wine.
A four-course authentic Spanish tapas tasting menu featuring classic and new dishes, hosted by Barrafina’s Executive Chef Angel Zapata Martin, each course paired with Estrella Galicia beers. Hosted in Barrafina’s Private Dining Room on Adelaide Street, minimum four customers per booking, as part of the same household.