The Hackney outpost of The Sea, The Sea is spotlighting up-and-coming chefs with its Untapped series
If you’re the type of person who likes to stay ahead of the curve and get in on the next big thing before it blows up, then you need to know about Untapped at The Sea, The Sea. The seafood restaurant’s residency series is giving emerging chefs, cookery writers and supper club hosts a platform to show off what they can do and get them in front of the public before they really hit the big time.
Each chef is taking over the 14-seater chef’s table at the Haggerston restaurant on a Sunday, cooking up an exclusive menu that shows off their own distinct style, referencing their inspirations, heritage and experience, and even giving a little taster of upcoming projects. Though The Sea, The Sea is a seafood-focused restaurant and the chefs have access to its produce sourced from dayboats in the south west, the menus don’t have to be fish-only.
So far the series has seen Rahel Stephanie, who runs Indonesian supper club Spoons, and Michael Bagnall, of Brunswick House and Abruzzo, pass through and next up is the turn of Ollie Bass. He pursued a career in food after art school and has cooked under Jeremy Lee at Quo Vadis and Florence Knight at Sessions Arts Club, and is now working on his own project, seafood restaurant Faber in Hammersmith.
The tickets to each Untapped lunch are normally £75 per person but we’ve teamed up with The Sea, The Sea to get our INSIDERS 50% OFF for the Ollie Bass event on Sunday 3rd December, making them just £37.50 each. Want in? Find out how to get involved below.
To score 50% OFF tickets for the Ollie Bass lunch at The Sea, The Sea on 3rd December, just book using the code ‘OLLIEB50’ below. ENJOY!
Terms & Conditions
The 50% off discount applies to the tickets only, any drinks will be charged at full price.
Subject to availability.
Sun 3rd December 2023
337 Acton Mews, London E8 4EA