Grace Belgravia are teaming up with Pimlico Road Farmers Market for a dinner on
Thursday 6th July The menu will focus on seasonal ingredients from farmers and fishermen at Pimlico Road
The menu will feature a wide variety of ingredients from farmers at Pimlico including; Heritage Tomato, Goats Cheese Curd, Pancetta Crisp, Basil Oil, (Wild Country Organics, Windrush Dairy) Flamed Mackerel, Pickled Cucumber, Fennel, Wasabi Sauce, Dill Oi (, North Sea Seafood and Wild Country Organics) Halibut, Tender Steam Broccoli, Pea Puree, Sorrel, Parmesan Foam (North Sea Seafood and Chegworth Valley), Duck Breast, Tri-Colour Beetroot, White Asparagus, Radish, Madeira Jus (Richard Waller & Wild Country Organics), Miso Glazed Aubergine, fricassee of spring vegetables (Chegworth Valley), Lemon Tart, Fresh Cherries (Chegworth Valley) and Rhubarb with Seeds and Nuts Crumble, Coconut Cardamom Ice Cream (Chegworth Valley)
Kate Percival, CEO of Grace Belgravia said: We are delighted to be partnering with Pimlico Road Farmers’ Market for one of our regular supper clubs. The Grace Restaurant menu is always full of delicious seasonal and nutritious dishes made only from the highest quality products which we know we will be getting from our local farmers market.
Gather your friends and reserve a table from 6.30pm.
MEMBERS £45 - GUESTS £55
RSVP: call +44 (0)20 7235 8900 or email [email protected]
Grace Belgravia is London’s leading health, wellbeing and lifestyle club for women built on the philosophy that to thrive in today’s society we need to invest in our greatest asset, our health.The Grace Restaurant is SW1’s best kept secret where fresh, seasonal and nutritional cuisine is available to enjoy every evening as well as through regular supper clubs.
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