Etch Food Residency at The Proud Archivist

Etch Food Residency at The Proud Archivist

This latest London pop-up promises to be a cut above the rest as Etch Food takes up residency at The Proud Archivist. The love child of MasterChef: The Professionals 2013 winner Steven Edwards and the (rapidly) rising star Josh Stanzl, Etch Food aims to offer customers a totally original dining experience. Serving up creative and attractive food, that doesn’t compromise on quality, in a fun and interactive atmosphere. And so what better place to do this than The Proud Archivist? A venue that is both stunning and unusual, it offers not simply a table to eat at but also a stimulating and exciting space in which to socialise.

Edwards and Stanzl will be cooking up an exclusive five-course tasting menu for their lucky diners that changes every week. With a focus on getting the most out of all their ingredients, you can expect dishes such as mouth-watering lamb belly, fillet and shoulder with broccoli ketchup, purée and stalk, as well as the intriguingly flavoursome lime jelly with douglas fir custard, pine nuts and pine meringue. There’ll also be the option of wine pairings, selected by Guardian wine critic Malcolm Gluck, to perfectly compliment their inspired menu.

Guaranteeing the finest of dining and in an amazing venue, the Etch Food Residency at The Proud Archivist is not to be missed.  

The Etch Food Residency at The Proud Archivist will run 2 – 12 October. You can get tickets here www.limeandtonic.com

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