Supper Club – 23rd July
‘The STOMACH is the mainspring of our body’s System, – if it be not sufficiently wound up to warm the Heart and support the Circulation, – the whole business of Life will, in proportion be ineffectively performed, – we can neither Think with precision, – Walk with vigour, – Sit Down with comfort, – or sleep with tranquillity. Unless the Stomach be in good humour, every part of the machinery of Life must vibrate with languor; – can we then be too attentive to its adjustment!!!’
Dr William Kitchiner, 1822
What the Dickens! presents
The Homerton High Street Dining Society
As the plums are ripening What the Dickens is excited to announce the launch of a new series of supper clubs at Hatch in Homerton. Guests will be seated on communal tables and be invited to feast on a lavish array of traditional British fare. Diners can then help themselves to the delights on offer in the style of a traditional feast.
Course 1 – To Consist of –
Salma Gundi – The Original Concentric Salad Platter
Raised Rabbit Pie – Courtesy of ‘The Poacher’
Spiced Salt Beef – Old English Favourite
Course 2 – To Consist of –
Cornish Charter Pie – Chicken and Parsley in Cream
Leg of Mutton in Caper Sauce
Stewed Conger Eel
All accompanied with Vegetables o’ the Season
Course 3 – To Consist of-
Cheeses – From Wildes of Totten’ham
Recently shortlisted as finalists in the 2015 BBC Food and Farming Awards, What the Dickens! was founded in 2010 by three friends Michael, Adam and Dominic who, disappointed with the complete absence of British food on the streetfood scene, decided to right this injustice to British food culture.
In keeping with the approach to historic recipes What the Dickens! aim to prepare as much of their own food as possible from scratch. We use the best ingredients possible at all times including fantastic meat from the Rare Breed Meat Company and fish from Billingsgate Market.
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Early Bird – £20
Standard – £30.
Further enquiries – email@example.com.
Vegetarians – As we are serving traditional British foods it is unfortunately nigh-on impossible for us to accommodate vegetablists.