The Kitchen Table

We invite you to enjoy a meal in The Teaching Kitchen at Heirlooms & Wooden Spoons. We host sporadic ‘farm to table’ seasonal lunches and dinners for up to 12 guests in our Victorian terraced house in Kensal Rise, London.

Our close ties with producers farmers in both the West Country and London, enable us to showcase some of the best that our seasons and locality have to offer.  Every menu is unique, dictated by the quality and availability of ingredients, carefully curated from artisans passionate about their produce.

Our menus often comprise four or five courses and are paired with wines that complement our dishes. We are always happy to discuss creating a menu with certain flavours or ingredients in mind, and love a challenge. We regularly host collaborative dinners with local artists and artisans, a particular joy when we get to play with our artist friends and highlight local talent. If you can’t make the next dinner, or would like to come with a group of friends, why not fix a date and we can cook just for you?

We are particularly fond of English Produce, particularly when we are able to support and encourage local endeavours.  However,  our menus are often inspired by scents and textures further afield, with a particular interest and experience in Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Ethnic cuisines. Our contacts with specialist vegetable suppliers, bakers and makers mean our kitchen is also filled with unusual and eclectic ingredients.

If you are interested in hosting a special event at The Kitchen Table please do not hesitate to contact us.

Please ‘like’ us on Facebook, and follow us on instagram @heirloomsandwoodenspoons to keep up to date with upcoming events at The Kitchen Table and classes in The Teaching Kitchen.

 

 

 

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