It’s back to the 1970s with this mouth watering freebie. One pop-up restaurant is putting on a culinary night of nostalgia with a FREE three-course retro meal (plus booze) and Londoners are being invited along.
The walk down Memory Lane in Shoreditch is to celebrate the launch of OpenTable’s Endangered Dishes dinner. There’ll be three traditional favourites, all of which have fallen out of favour in recent years. So look out for the Great British classics: prawn cocktail, steak Diane and jelly with ice Cream, reworked with a 21st Century twist.
Celeb chef, Andrew Clarke, is putting together this old school tasty menu for the modern palate. There’ll also be booze or soft drinks and veggie options.
We repeat there’s limited places so don’t hang about!
*currently sold out, but more tickets being released on Mon Oct 1st so check back
Wed 10th Oct, 8.30pm: OpenTable’s Endangered Dishes FREE dinner
First Option Studio, Perseverance Works, 38 Kingsland Road, E2 8DD (entrance on Cotton Gardens)
For more info and to book yourself a spot click here