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here’s a very exciting pop up so sink your teeth into. Adam Rawson, who won Chef of the Year at the YBF awards 2015, recently left Pachamama to pursue his own projects and this is the first taste of what he’s been up to. Following a recent trip to San Sebastian, he’s going to be cooking up a Spanish feast over the next two weekends at The Newman Arms in Fitzrovia, which is owned by Matt Hatfield’s The Cornwall Project, another 2015 YBF winner.

Coming in at 6 courses for lunch (£40) and 10 courses for dinner (£60), there are still a few tickets left for Saturday 20th and Sunday 27th February. The menus are secret for now but expect to be eating 9 year old Aged ex dairy cow, octopus, and iadazubal cheese.

Count us IN.

Sat 20th & Sun 21st and Sat 27th & Sun 28th February 2016
The Newman Arms, 23 Rathbone St, London, W1T 1NG
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