REVIEW: TRADICIONAL X ART OF DINING

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may remember last week we told you about the Tradicional Art of Dining supper club taking place at MC Motors. Well last night we went along to experience the event. For those who have never visited MC Motors the venue is beautiful, used for various photoshoots, videos and to film Dragons Den. What’s more Alice from The Art of Dining has worked her magic on the room and made it even better with various quirks throughout.

The menu is themed around Tequila and Mexican food and kicks off with tequila cocktails¬† – don’t go overboard though as you’ll want to remember the five-course meal. It starts with an Avocado soup which is like a super smooth guacamole, followed by Fish Tacos which which you make and wrap yourselves.

Next up were the Chile Relleonos, a large juicy chilli stuffed with rice mix and coated in a creamy sauce. But the highlight for us was the Pibil Pork Belly – ay ay ay! This huge slab of tender Pork Belly served with black beans, crackling and a sour cream was really quite something. The meal ended with a creme brulee served with a fruit salsa and the deconstructed Sangrita which is straight tequila with cherry tomatoes to dip in seasoning.

For ¬£45 we can’t recommend this place enough, the meal comes served with beer, white wine and tequila cocktails. It’s just a shame it’s only on for 7 nights…

4th, 5th, 6th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th Oct
MC Motors 28, Millers Avenue, Dalston E8
www.theartofdining.co.uk

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