Caravan’s Grass Roots Supper Club

By a woman smiling holding a drink in black and white Emily Gray |
27th August 2014

I hate to break it to you but autumn is coming, it’s just around the corner, waiting to pounce. So it’s time to give summer a send-off until its return next year and what better way to celebrate the wonderful British summer than with a four course meal? 

Step in Caravan in Exmouth Market with their Grass Roots event happening on the 8th September who are doing just that. For their second quarterly dining session they will be serving a four course feast championing seasonal, home-grown and local ingredients, using ingredients from King’s Cross Skip Garden, a community garden charity youth project which grows fruit and vegetables for local cafes and restaurants.

Hosted by Caravan’s Executive Chef and Co-founder, Miles Kirby, the night will include live music on the terrace and a Skip Garden Honey Cocktail on arrival before guests sit down to dishes such as Salmon ceviche with pickled radish, chilli, lime, furikake, popcorn black rice, along with hearty mains including Grilled Welsh lamb leg with charred spring onions and aubergine relish and to finish the night, puddings will include Semolina cake served with Skip Garden honey, rosemary cream and seasonal berries. To go with the meal they will also be serving up bespoke cocktails including the Border Herb Martini which uses herbs grown in Caravan’s own herb garden.

So make the most of the last of the long summer evenings, dance to the DJ sets on the Exmouth Market Terrace, indulge in the cocktails and dig in to the food… summer isn’t quite done yet.

Grass Roots at Caravan Exmouth Market on Monday 8th September is £38 per person. Sittings will be at 7pm, 7.30pm or 8pm, and with only 50 places available, booking is essential. Tickets: 020 7833 8115 /

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