Plates with purpose: The latest in seasonal and truly local supper clubs hits north London
The first event is on Thursday 26 April at Nati’s On Priory in N8 and will not only support local good food business but give you a chance to enjoy a lively discussion about the food we eat and how to live more sustainably.
The menu features:
- Sacred Gin and Highgate Honey, chamomile and egg white cocktail
- Sourdough crostini with Forman’s London Cure smoked salmon, hollandaise sauce or with roast radish and wild garlic pesto
- Chicory, Wildes Cheese curd flavoured with locally foraged wild garlic, charred purple sprouting broccoli, olives and hazelnuts
- Slow cooked smokey tempeh or Slow-cooked short ribs (using grass-fed beef from @morley_butchers), served with seasonal vegetable-rice pilaf and a not-your-usual green salad
Please note a full vegan menu is available.
Get your tickets here PLUS Jellied Eel readers can get £5 off the ticket price with code FIG. But hurry - this offer is limited.
The event is created by Nati, whose Nati’s On Priory cafe, sources and uses ingredients in the most sustainable way possible and Dorothy, who previosly ran a farmers’ market stall. Together they’re keen to encourage discussions about what we can do to live more sustainably.
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