Restaurant takeovers and chef residencies never get any less exciting. Seeing some of the best chefs in the industry collaborate, well, you can’t ask for much more. This year, Quo Vadis launched their Quo Vadis & Friends series, which saw chefs from various restuarants around the city collaborate with Chef Proprietor Jeremy Lee.
The spring/summer series saw Mangal, Kricket and Nathan Outlaw, to name a few, take over the second floor of the club, and serve up fantastic food. The autumn/winter series will be no different. Jeremy Lee has invited chefs from some of the best kitchens in London, and indeed the nation, to showcase their food to both Quo Vadis club members and non-members.
To kick off the series, Quo Vadis will be teaming up with sister restaurant El Pastór to cook up a feast in celebration of Mexican Independence Day. Mezcal Amores have too gotten involved, so naturally, there’ll be plenty of mezcal to accompany the multi-course Mexican dinner. Mezcal will then of course fuel the festivities downstairs in the club.
Other evens to look forward to are ‘5 Easy Pieces’, which will see Jackson Boxer from Brunswick House and Chess Club, Merlin Labron-Johnson from Portland and Clipstone, Tim Spedding from Clove Club and P.Franco and James Lowe from Lyle’s, all teaming up with Jeremy to cook up an exciting dinner; and ‘La Grande Bouffe’, which will see Fergus and Margot Henderson from St. John and Rochelle Canteen respectively cooking up a dinner inspired by the film La Grande Bouffe.
The autumn/winter series kicks off on 15th September.