This October and November, explore Zero Waste cooking methods from across the globe at a series of dinners at one of London’s most dramatic chef’s counters.
From Monday 30th October, Ivan Tisdall-Downes and Imogen Davis, the founders of the restaurant formerly known as Native will be joined by fellow culinary luminaries as part of Fix The Food Chain, a chef series that sees the sustainable dining pioneers collaborating with some of the UK’s most talented chefs to explore zero waste cooking approaches from across different cultures.
Set across nine nights, each evening will see a different chef work with Tisdall-Downes and Davis. Guests will be invited to take their seats at The Sea, The Sea Hackney, one of London’s most intimate and unique dining theatres, located in East London.
Tisdall-Downes and Davis and each guest chef will create a cocktail and six course tasting menu, shining a light on what sustainability means across different cultures. Examples could include the use of bycatch, under-utilised fish or protein sources (think insects!), invasive species, or traditional and historical cooking methods that reduce or eliminate waste.
Tickets are priced at £95pp which includes a St Germain welcome cocktail and a six course tasting menu, with the option for an accompanying drinks pairing priced at £65pp.
There will be two sittings per evening, 6pm and 8:15pm. Reservations can be made below.
Monday 30th October
Tuesday 31st October
Monday 6th November
Monday 13th November
Tuesday 14th November
Monday 20th November
Tuesday 21st November
Monday 27th November
Tuesday 28th November