free endangered dish dinner cooked by andrew clarke

OpenTable has been researching food trends as well as retro dishes and the platform has discovered the nation’s fave classic dishes that have been falling off of menus over the last decade..we’re talking jelly & ice cream, chicken kiev, coq au vin and arctic roll. In honour of their Endangered Dishes list, OpenTable has hooked up with Andrew Clarke, chef patron of St Leonards, to host a three-course retro dinner of prawn cocktail, steak diane and jelly & ice cream, with a modern twist of course. The dinner is totally FREE, so if you wanna throw back to your childhood then snap up those tickets. The first batch flew out the door, so an extra sitting at 6.30pm has been added and tickets for that will be available on 1st October.

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[maxbutton id=”339″] Weds 10th October 2018, 6.30pm
Perseverance Works, 38 Kingsland Road, London, E2 8DD