Boasting a successful first run at the William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow, The Long Table Dinners are back again for another promising series of nights. Running between March and August, it'll feature some incredible cuisine accompanied a different craft brewers each month.
Taking place in the gallery's Tea Room, this series of informal dinners will take place on 4 chosen dates, featuring an exquisite two-course menu prepared for by Head Chef Chris Pickett which will consists of only the finest British ingredients and will be served alongside a range of craft beer to wash it down with.
A grand venue, guests will be able to enjoy the fine views of Lloyd Park thanks to the glass walls and roof of the Tea Room while also having the opportunity to explore the galleries of the museum. A historic building dedicated to the iconic British artist William Morris, it's a unique spot that gives the opportunity to fully appreciate the space, whilst avoiding the busy day crowds.
Running on a number of Thursdays throughout the year, each one begins at 7.30pm and costs £24 and will feature a different menu for each event.
Menu for 20th March:
Main: Crispy Lamb Breast, Char Grilled and Raw Purple Sprouting Broccoli, Roasted Celeriac, Wild Garlic Puree, Warm Lamb Vinaigrette.
Dessert: Rhubarb, Pecan and Buttermilk Pudding, Clotted Cream and Granola Crumble.
Craft Beer: TBC
Thursday 20th March
Thursday 12th June
Thursday 17th July
Thursday 21st August