Innovative, exciting and intimate, Hackney hotspot Pidgin showcases a scrumptious set four-course menu inspired by supper club The Secret Larder that has Hackney-ites well and truly hooked. A cosy quarter complete with bottomless bar and an elegant, yet easy-going atmosphere to match, Pidgin is a happening hangout to try your tastebuds at a throng of trendy treats.
Come expecting a warm and welcoming feel in casual comfort as you and your pals inhale the inventive, epicurean eats created by the Pidgin kitchen. The four-course menu, which includes other surprises such as their house-made Pidgincello, comes in at a very reasonable £35, and changes each week. Expect modern British dishes with the occasional Asian twist, such as oyster with burnt cucumber tzatziki and caviar, fried pigs' head with kimchi and gochujang, lamb in black vinegar with tiger salad and roti, and sake-baked apple with sake lees ice cream and miso butterscotch. Prowl down to Pidgin and graze on the gorgeous gastronomy complemented by creative cocktails, a draught of beer or a fine glass of vino.
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£4.50|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£4.00|
|Bottle of House Wine||£20.00|
|Bottle of Champagne||£32.00|
A word from the chef:
Intentionally labelled as contemporary British, Pidgin aims to maintain modernity in its set four-course menus by adding international touches. For £35, expect real scope as the menu changes week-on-week and tuck into these fine, fancy feasts.
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