Pilgrim

Dalston


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Thursday 23 November 2017 and 2 other dates
19:00 - 22:30
45
Food & Drink, Pop-Up, Something A Little Different, Date Night
Over 18

For hundreds of years, people from all over the world have walked the Camino de Santiago to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia. Routes start from multiple locations like France, Portugal and Eastern Spain. Pilgrim is a showcase of the flavours that inspired us along the Camino de Santiago to Galicia. 

This is the second of a series of pop-ups that will lead up to the opening of our restaurant in early 2018. Tickets are for a 6-course tasting menu, each course named after a town or city along the Camino de Santiago and represent the regional style of cooking and produce of its namesake. Entitled “The French Way” after the particular route of the Camino de Santiago that it takes its inspiration from, the menu begins with a dish paying homage to the Camino’s most popular starting point, the Pyrenean village of St. Jean Pied de Port, it then travels through the Basque Country, followed by the Spanish regions of Navarre, Rioja, Castilla y Leon and finally into Galicia, mirroring the journey of the Camino itself. 

With a strong focus on meat and seafood, Pilgrim’s priority is to serve interpretations of regional dishes with a contemporary twist. Key dishes on the menu include a polenta cake with Iberico pork belly and a reimagined “Torta de Santiago” a desert rooted into the history of the Camino. The menu will take you on a culinary journey through northern Spain and showcase a side to Spanish cooking that hasn’t been seen in London. 

A vegetarian menu is also available.

You can add on the option of a wine pairing menu or buy drinks on the night from of bar menu. 



*Please disclose any dietary requirements or allergies.


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Location

Dalston
103B Dalston Lane, London, E8 1NH



Nearest station:
Dalston Kingsland (Rail)

Terms

1. The ticket holder voluntarily assumes all risks and danger incidental to the event for which the ticket is issued, whether occurring prior, during or after the event. The ticket holder voluntarily agrees that the management, venue, event participants, DesignMyNight (WFL Media Ltd) and all of their respective agents, officers, directors, owners and employers are expressly released by the ticket holder from any claims arising from such causes.
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12. The event listed on the purchased ticket is strictly for ticket holders who are over 18 years of age. Identification may be required.

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Our Review

Pilgrim - London Pop-Up Review

Pilgrim - London Pop-Up Review

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What fun this was - being there at the beginning. The wine tasting menu was really enjoyable and worked well with all the courses. We both enjoyed the delicacy of the scallop to start. I thought the Iberico pork short rib was best whilst my wife enjoyed the morcilla. We both loved the meatiness of their interpretation of 'pulpo al feria'. The evenings' journey was administered and orchestrated by a really enthusiastic team. We wish them well and look forward to joining them on their "camino" again soon. Keith visited Dalston on 18 Oct 2017
24 Oct 2017 by
5

What a fabulous culinary journey along the Camino! The Iberico pork and octopus were standout dishes, as well as trying ox heart for the first time. Well done, guys! We can't wait for the Camino del Norte experience. visited Dalston on 20 Oct 2017
24 Oct 2017 by
5

Excellent service. Flavoursome well presented food but too many similar ingredients for each course and definitely too small. None could be called a main course. Cosy cafe style but very noisy. visited Dalston on 21 Oct 2017
24 Oct 2017 by
3

Some really clever, inventive and utterly delicious cooking, with a stunning wine flight. Special mentions go to the Iberico pork short rib, and the St James' tart. Look forward to November! Daniel visited Dalston on 18 Oct 2017
23 Oct 2017 by
5

Great food and great staff. Loved the whole experience Andy visited Dalston on 20 Oct 2017
23 Oct 2017 by
5

Nice atmosphere and tasty dishes, with the exception of the ox heart, but frankly the experience was not worth the money, especially when including the wine pairing. For £30 one could buy a very nice bottle of wine, so for £60 between two for 6 small glasses each isn't exceptional value. A nice experience, but overpriced. visited Dalston on 20 Oct 2017
23 Oct 2017 by
3

Utterly delicious and the wine pairings were superb! visited Dalston on 18 Oct 2017
21 Oct 2017 by
5

Sampled this last night and it was amazing, can't wait for the launch of a permanent venue.
19 Oct 2017 by
5

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