After a successful sell-out edition in Bristol in November 2016, the Severn Sisters’ Feast, organised by chef Romy Gill, MBE, comes to London for one night only!
On 4th October Borough Market will open its doors to 150 guests who will be treated to an amazing feast prepared for them by eleven of the most remarkable women on the U.K.'s food scene. Joining forces in the kitchen will be Zoe Adjonyoh,Rosie Birkett, Xanthe Clay, Natasha Corrett, Elly Curshen, Maria Elia, Romy Gill, Olia Hercules, Chetna Makan, Paula McIntyre and Alissa Timoshkina. Together they will deliver a festive menu featuring seasonal produce and marrying their vibrant multicultural cooking styles. A true one-off celebration of local produce, female culinary talents and the importance of sharing food, the Severn Sisters’ Feast will be a landmark event in London’s food calendar.
Grilled baby garden egg aubergines, Cornish goats cheese and wild Rocket on a Ghanaian butter bread crostini
With a glass of fizz from Vino Beano
Tamarind stuffed chillies with a sweet and sour chutney
Wild mushroom in cultured butter on a sourdough toast
Beef cheek ragu with Guanciale, root vegetables and pannagratato with lovage OR roast squash, cannellini beans and a smoked onion ragu (v)
Soft polenta with glazed roasted beets, creme fraiche and green Harissa
Slow roasted pumpkin and crispy cavelo Nero and hazelnuts
Slow cooked quinces with goats cheese cream and crystallised rose petals
Plum, Mavrodaphne and chocolate trifle
Please note some elements are subject to change.
Drinks sponsors Fentimans and Vino Beano
All profits from the event will go to Action Against Hunger, a well-known charity in the hospitality industry which aims to save the lives of malnourished children, ensure everyone can access clean water, food, training and healthcare and enable entire communities to be free from hunger.
Your donation will go twice as far because the UK Government will double your ticket donation for this event. Your support will help to provide mums and kids in Senegal with the nutrition and support they need to be healthy as part of our Healthy Mums Healthy Kids appeal.