Underwater Love Pop Up Dinner
Join us for a celebration of wild flavours with this unique pop-up summer dining experience where the season determines the menu. This events theme is Underwater Love with an ocean inspired theme!
We are delighted to collaborate on this dinner of dreams with Tom Hunt, an award-winning UK chef, writer, climate change campaigner and author of new cookbook Eating for Pleasure, People & Planet. He writes a weekly recipe column for the Guardian called Waste Not and works closely with various charities including Fairtrade and The Soil Association and is a signatory and podcast host for the Chef’s Manifesto – a United Nations initiative linked to the Global Goals, that calls on chefs around the world to champion climate-friendly cuisine in their kitchens for a more diverse, sustainable and delicious future.
Dedicated to sustainable cuisine that will tantalize all of your senses, this interactive 4 course menu will be curated and created using fresh seasonal ingredients and locally produced products. Vegetables, herbs and edible flowers will be picked from our organic gardens, wild herbs gathered from the mountainside and seaweeds foraged from the nearby coastline. Offerings from our wild pantry that preserve moments and memories in time will also feature in the dishes.
What is included: Botanical drinks on arrival, a recipe card, a wild flavoured, rainbow coloured, pescatarian meal. Local wines and kombuchas will be served.
What to bring: An appetite and a sense of adventure. Dress up or down in something a little extra special if you like...a dive mask (and your real mask) floating florals, a pirate hat, sequins or dungarees, or perhaps something that has been hanging in the back of your cupboard just waiting for a special occasion, like this magical wildly delicious adventure!
Please note: Due to the nature of the event, this set menu unfortunately does not cater for specific dietary requirements.
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