New events coming up at The Underground Restaurant: all events are available on http://www.wegottickets.com/location/2522
8th January: Elvis night on His Birthday (70th) this Friday. Still working on the menu but it will include deep fried peanut butter sandwiches and corn bread. SOLD OUT
22nd January: In the Realm of the Senses… a menu and eating experience based on the senses or lack of them…a blindfold course, a course of smells, of sound, a course you eat with your hands…SOLD OUT
25th January: Burns Night: a Scottish menu of whisky, smoked salmon from Scotland, Cockaleeky soup, vegetarian haggis, bashed neeps, Cranachie, oat cakes, Scottish cheese and fried Mars Bars. Calum Walker will be in his kilt, reading Burns…SOLD OUT
31st January: The first Underground Breakfast, starting at 2pm, with home made Aga cooked pancakes, smoked salmon and home made blinis, Aga porridge, fruit, yoghurt, Marmite on Toast, Tea, Coffee, Bucks Fizz and the Sunday papers…roaring fire and vinyl. 8 tickets STILL AVAILABLE
6th February: A meal based on the literary work of Patrick O’Brian. I love this man’s work; the author of ‘Master and Commander’, he’s written 20 volumes on the sea faring adventures of Jack Aubrey and his surgeon, Stephen Maturin during the time of Nelson and ‘Boney’. Food features strongly in the books, with old English recipes such as Spotted Dick and Stargazy pie. Come dressed pirate, 18th century, Napoleon, Emma Hamilton or navy style. SOLD OUT
27th February: Midnight feast. Another first for The Underground Restaurant. Still haven’t decided on the menu but it won’t feature kebabs. Great for after the theatre, starting at 11.30 pm. STILL AVAILABLE
28th March: The Underground Farmers and Craft market at The Underground Restaurant.
I welcome other supperclub hosts who’d like to sell their goods or give cooking demonstrations. I also would love people who make food, drink, or kitchenware, who grow things, who sew, who bake, pickle, ferment, to sell, demonstrate and explain what they are doing. I particularly would like to encourage Londoners who forage wild food, make honey or cheese or smoke fish, whittle or weave, who have vintage (shabby chic style) kitchenalia to come and sell.
This will be a fusion of Etsy/Borough market type goods but I’m hoping also to attract people who would be doing this for the first time. You don’t have to have alot to sell! Vendors can be given tables or spots all over the house and garden. Starting at 2pm going on till 7pm. No fee for vendors/demonstrators, £5 entrance fee for others. Free parking at weekends. There will be refreshments and snacks for sale. Vendors please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to chat about your participation. Attendees can book at wegottickets.com
Looking for a piano tuner, some gardening help, volunteers for prepping and front of house, pro chefs/cooks who want to cook a course, and recipe testers, who have normal ovens, for my forthcoming book.