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week we told you about the Event Oracle pop-up brasserie in Berkley Square at the LAPADA Art Fair. Well on Tuesday night we went along to try it out. Considering it’s a pop-up this place is pretty damn swish.

The menu has just three choices of dishes for each course with 2 courses priced at £28 and 3 courses priced at £35. We started with the Goats curd and pear salad with a hazelnut dressing a dish so well presented it looked like it should have been on display in the art fair below.

To follow the Lamb rump and samphire with sautéed potatoes was a generous portion of tender meat cooked perfectly. Halibut with shaved fennel and a mussel broth was a hunk of flaky white fish floating on top of a flavoursome, chunky broth.

Desserts were equally as impressive, especially the Peanut and caramel chocolate tart with clotted cream a rich, dense tart encased in a sweet, delicate pastry and topped with golden popping candy . The quality of the food and location couldn’t be better, the only grumble we have is that it’s only running for one week so if you do want to try it you’ll need to get down there sharpish as come Monday it will be no more.

18th Sept – 23rd Sept
Berkeley Square, W1J