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Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas Brunch @ ROXX

17th May 2014

 

When ROXX approached us to hold a brunch themed around Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, we couldn’t resist. Mad props were put together to transform the space into a deranged casino and the food was all themed to echo the trippy overtones of the film. All the accompaniments to the starter were served up as part of Roal’s collection and pudding was very naughty indeed…

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“This is Bat Country”

Crispy Fried ‘Bat’ wings with Chill Relish and Pickle Ranch
Served alongside Raoul’s Finest Collection

“Psychedelics Are Almost Irrelevant”

Psychadelic Brioche Buns with Chipotle Glazed Pulled Pork, Bacon and Pepper Jam and Psychedelic Slaw
Served with Chips and Tarragon Salt

“Buy The Ticket Take The Ride”

Malt Brownie with Salted Banana Caramel and Banana Ice Cream

Supper Club Chez Yannick

12th July 2013

 

What a wonderful idea: invite The Wandering Chef too cook a supper at your house and make your friends pay! 30 of Yannicks nearest and dearest gathered in his stunning loft appartment for a summer feast of epic proportions. Our brief was to make use of the BBQ on his balcony so we put together a sumptious menu inspired by the grilled and charred flavours of the Middle East. Think wobbling pillows of slightly burned aubergine and crusty, sticky lamb shoulder….
Make sure to contact us if you fancy hosting a private supper club….

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“It was a fabulous experience, keep up the food work, and I look forward to the next dinner!”
- Ezra

“Unbelievable food! Such an interesting take on Middle Eastern Flavours…Perfect.”
-Yannick

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BBQ Aubergine with Tahini, Soy and Lemon

Roasted Butternut Squash and Grilled Haloumi, Capers and Anchovies

Tuna Tartar with Preserved Lemon and Charred Artichoke Heart Salad

Sticky BBQ Lamb Shoulder with Lentil Hummus, Mint Pesto, Garlic Yogurt

Sweet Roasted Aubergine and Tomato Salad and a Pickled Kholrabi and Fennel Salad

Roast Peach with Date and Bitter Orange and an Orange Blossom Ice Cream

Summer Feast with Gin Shed @ Skyroom

22nd June 2013

 

We had planned to end June with a bang. So, naturally, we were delighted when the Gin Shed, of Skyroom fame, asked us to join their series of chefs who were creating summer feasts inspired by Gin and botanical ingredients. We designed a menu that combined the delicate aromatics of Gin with the best of the English Summer. We really put some Welly into it as we combed the British countryside for the best fodder we could find.
Wild wood pigeon and crayfish were served up with the more flowers than you could shake your garden hose at…

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“Guys, thank your for an absolutely amazing meal at the Gin Shed last night! The best meal I have had in the last year.”
- Irina

“Amazing food from Jamie and Lalie. Simple combinations and great taste. The floral wreaths were a nice surprise and addition to the evening. The venue is had a real feel of a summer feast despite the chilly wind!”
-Grubclub Review

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Gin and Juniper Cured Salmon with Smoked Beetroot, Cured Cucumber and Borage

Samphire Risotto with Crayfish Ragu and Sea Vegetables

Molasses cured pigeon Breast with Pear and Nasturtium

Lamb broth with Spring Vegetables and Wild Garlic

Orange Blossom Ice Cream and Strawberry Sorbet

Jazz Night with Ezra Axelrod

30th May 2013

 

It was a pretty exciting night to round off our month of spring festivities. The inimitable Ezra Axelrod brought his distinctive Soul and R&B influenced folk-rock music to the Jazz Cafe Camden. We brought our gastronomic reflection of his sounds: American Diner fare seen through the lens of French flavours. Think Duck Confit and Savora Burgers with Tarragon Chips followed by Malt Brownies.

The evening was a massive sell out, knock out success!

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“That was one jazztasicduck, no pint going on a date if it ain’t a duckdate”
-Charlie

“A starter with so many different flavours and textures..I can’t remember the last time I found a salad so exciting!”
-Valentina

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Mustard and Honey Glazed Pork Belly with Gibriche Salad

Duck Confit, Quince and Savarin Burgers

Malt brownies, malt ice cream, crushed raspberries

Cicchetti at the Theatre

4th May 2013

Heard of Tapas? Well the Venetians have an altogether more elegant and louche take on the matter.
On the 4th of May, The Wandering Chef collaborated with the Bush Theatre to put on an evening of gastronomic and visual delight. We had seven courses inspired by our favorite elements of the region’s food, a few bellinis and, well, a waitress who liked to burst into full operatic flood. Life’s too short not to…

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“Great Night. The Food was amazing and beautifully cooked. The venue elegant and very well presented. The experience worth every single penny. My best wishes to the Wonderful Chef.”
- Grub Club Review

“Jamie and Lalie put on a splendid evening; setting was instantly atmospheric with an amazing attention to detail. We were served course after course of delicious treats, flavours and sensations; All set off with an opera singing waitress! Have to come again to see what The Wandering Chef can conjure up next time!”
-Nicky

“An absolutely delightful evening. The food was exceptional and the atmosphere magical. The attention to detail and creative inspiration these two put into their evenings goes above and beyond anything you would expect.”
-Axel

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Harry’s Bar Cocktail on arrival

Charred Octopus with Olives and Potatoes

Salt Cod Puree on Garlic Crostini and Broad Beans and Asparagus

Burrata with Cured Tomatoes and Mint Pesto

Tuna Taratare with Artichoke Hearts and Preserved Lemons

Soft Shell Crab and Baby Squid with Roast Garlic Mayonnaise

Soused Sardines with Pine Nuts, Onions and Raisins

Fish Risotto with Cuttlefish and Rosemary Ragu

Assorted Ices

The Wandering Chef Marooned

14th February 2013

 

In the cold and blustery days of an English February, we invited 40 scallywags to maroon themselves for our shipweck feast. Be it by fate’s design or the fickle winds of the high seas, we washed up on our very own desert island… in Fulham… It was our delight to share our plunder, island salvaged spoils and treasure chest of tropical plenty. We had a night of fine food, plentiful grog and raucous fun

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“Hake, Isle Flotante, and Chipotle,
Were all so sublime at the Bring-a-bottle,
Desert island night if fun,
So thank you both and well done!”

-Clover

“A wonderful evening. Made my birthday!”
-Hugh

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Scallywag Oyster with Pineapple Relish and Rum Punch

Hake Ceviche with Mango Gaspacho

Mesquite Spiced Squid with Mango Salsa and Coconut Mayonnaise

Chipotle Island Hog Belly with Creamed Corn and Tomato and Avocado Salsa

Tropical Isle Flotante with Roasted Pineapple and Pistachio Praline

Supperclub Saloon

4th February 2013

 

To celebrate the coming of age of the supper club’s awesome internet platform, Melba, we were asked to curate a four-course menu with three other stupidly talented chefs. Having decided to have an Asian twist to the menu, we produced a multi faceted duck soup for the main course. We plated up a variety of different elements and people created their very own version of the dish. The atmosphere this generated epitomized, in our opinion, the ethos of Melba and the supper club; sharing, getting stuck in and being part of the creative process

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“The third course was probably the most fun to eat… I absolutely loved it- it was new, it was fun and it was tasty.”
- GinFizzGirl

“This was the most popular dish of the evening, being both tasty and extremely exciting. As dish upon dish was brought out and piled onto our table, we were informed that we were to make our very own Duck Soup.”
-Omnomm

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Duck Broth

Duck Confit, Seared Molasses Cured Duck Breast and Duck Crackling

Duck Egg Yolk

Rice Noodles

Mushroom Hoi-Sin Sauce

Pickled Enoki Mushrooms and Salted Cucumber

Chilli, Spring Onion, Coriander, Micro Thai Basil and Micro Lemon Balm

No Cutlery Allowed

26th November 2012

 

This evening was all about sensory indulgence. We had returned to London after a grand gastronomic jaunt and lavished the fruits of our exporations on 30 unwitting diners; five courses, ten dishes and a cornucopia of flavours. The sultry private rooms of the Champagne Cult set the perfect stage as we imposed our one playful edict: No one was allowed to use any cutlery, at all!
Things got a little out of hand. A rather wicked night was had by all

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“Last week we had a very special feast. It was the first feast for a new chef who is set to do some staggering things on the London pop-up scene…in ‘The Wandering Chef’ we have seen the masterful appreciation and appropriation of diversity that had our taste buds in ecstasy…Jamie’s feast was a real winner, a stonker, a party of the highest-order…”
- Duncan, Melba

“A very interesting meetup. The food was excellent. A novel experience…”
-Adam

“I really enjoyed last night. Congratulations and thank you!”
-Eric

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Hake Ceviche and Gaspacho

Baked Tomato with Bottarga and Burrata

Glazed Pork Belly with Fennel, Apple and Sesame Salad

Crispy Vietnamese Pork Balls with Lettuce, Fresh Herbs and Dipping Sauce

Fried Aubergine Rolls with Soy, lemon and Tahini

Roast Butternut Squash with Halloumi, Capers and Anchovies

Seared Beef with Sticky Rice and an Oriental Herb Salad

Chai Tea Milk Chocolate Truffles

Salted Molasses Dark Chocolate Truffles

Pistachio, Angostura and Bitter Orange White Chocolate Truffles

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