The Pig trots to Petersham Nurseries Café for supper night feast
PUBLISHED: 07:38 15 October 2014 | UPDATED: 07:56 15 October 2014
A leading advocate of the ‘plot to plate’ philosophy, James Golding, chef director of The Pig, is heading to Petersham Nurseries Café this November to co-host a special supper club.
The Hampshire hotel (or restaurant with rooms), which has three walled kitchen gardens and a 25 mile menu, was recently named the UK’s most sustainable restaurant by the National Restaurant Awards for the second time in three years.
James is the man responsible for upholding this homegrown self-sufficiency ethos and he will join Petersham Nurseries Café’s culinary director Lucy Boyd and head chef Damian Clisby in Richmond on Saturday November 29, for an evening exploring the exceptional produce and cooking for which both restaurants are renowned.
Expect a journey from white alba truffle and Petersham prosecco risotto to Amalfi lemon panna cotta via roast suckling pig or Solent hake, with plenty more twists along the way.
This is one of only a handful of occasions throughout the year where guests are able to enjoy Petersham Nurseries, which is normally only open for lunch, at night.
• Reservations for the dinner, priced at £85, can be made by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 020 8940 5230