London foodies are soon to be treated to a highly anticipated pop-up by widely lauded Scottish restaurant, Ondine. From September 27th to October 1st, the fish aficionados will be finding a new home in the form of Marylebone-based creative hub, Carousel.
Ondine chef, Roy Brett, will be serving up a truly inspired four course menu using the very finest, sustainable Scottish seafood and shellfish. Dishes will have an emphasis on simplicity and skilled cookery to ensure the freshness and glorious natural flavour of each ingredient shines. And as a former Head Chef for Rick Stein, we’re fairly confident Roy’s the man for the job. Courses include baked scallop in the shell; fish and shellfish soup; and roast North Sea Cod. The produce will be winging its way to London fresh from the shores of Scotland’s East Coast.
Situated in the heart of Edinburgh’s historic Old Town, Ondine has achieved consistently high levels of praise since its opening, earning Roy a string of awards including Chef of the Year and AA Restaurant of the Year. It is also currently shortlisted for the national accolade of Seafood Restaurant of the Year, and holds a regular place in the UK list of Top 100 Restaurants.
Carousel is a unique space often used for inventive supper club series. This will be the first time Londoners get to experience Roy’s cooking in the capital, and the first time the creative hub has ever played host to a chef from north of the border.
Visit www.carousel-london.com for further info.