If you’ve ever dreamed of having a Michelin-starred meal on a floating garden, your dreams have come true. In September this year, Farmolopolis launched their café, rehoming all the plants leftover form RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Soon after their launch, they announced their Floating Table series; they’ve collaborated with some of London’s top chefs to bring you a number of supper clubs.
Their newest announcements are Atul Kochhar of Benares, Freddy Money of Paco Roncero and Spain’s El Bulli (consistently voted best restaurant in the world before it closed 5 years ago), and finally Andrew Clarke of the highly anticipated Bastien. Helping chefs at all events will be trainee chefs from Café from Crisis, an initiative that helps homeless people and ex-offenders get back into work – do your bit and support them!
From Atul Kochhar, you can expect dishes which have taken inspiration from Kochhar’s native India, but with British ingredients. From Andrew Clarke, you can expect a sneak peak of his upcoming menu at Bastien, which specialises in duck and is inspired by South Western French cuisine. Detail’s of Freddy Money’s menu are yet to be announced but considering his culinary past, you can expect something equally as experimental and innovative. Guests will be welcomed with a cocktail and canapés, following this, guests will dine on communal tables, with stunning views of the Thames.
A meal from a top chef in a luscious environment with views over London? A absolute steal if you ask us.
Andrew Clarke will be cooking on 13th January, Atul Kochhar will be cooking 27th January, Freddy Money TBC in January.