THE CINEMA ROOM
Somewhere between garden shed and country cottage, the Cinema Room is available to hire privately for all manner of events: dinner, drinks, screenings, meetings and the occasional ukulele class.
London Restaurant Festival
Oh food pairing. We’re never so content than when taste matching food with drink. Drink with food. Local brewery, Fourpure, was started in 2013 by two brothers committed to brewing and producing ‘exceptional, year round craft beers’.
We liked their stuff so much we thought ‘ Hey! Let’s team up and create a bespoke menu that matches the flavours found in each beer with perfectly delicious food!’ So we did, and we’re serving this up as a Side Order during London Restaurant Festival on Thursday 9th October with brewmaster John Driebergen leading us through the three courses of beer.
M-F: 8am to 11.30am
S-S: 9am to 11.30am
M-F: 12pm to 3pm
S-S: 12.30pm to 4pm
M-Sat: 6pm to 10pm
Sun: 6pm to 9.30pm
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SHOW US GREAT COFFEE
Yours, ours or otherwise. Instagram #lattelove
SUNDAY NIGHT FILM FAMILY
Summer holiday hiatus time was fun and it gave us enough time to realise just how well all the homegrown greats of the 80s would go in September. Here we go. Welcome back.
Sunday 7th Sept
My Beautiful Laundrette
The Long Good Friday
Every Sunday from 7.30pm in our Cinema Room. Free like back-to-school definitely isn’t.
Wednesday 1st October
Smoked mackerel rillette, crème fraîche, pickled cucumber. £5.5
Confit duck ballotine, kumquat marmalade, country toast. £5.5
Avocado, shallots, lemon, coriander, toast. £5.5
Spelt risotto, marrow, sauteed carrot, poached egg, parmesan. £12
Pan fried plaice, peppers, crushed potatoes, tarragon butter. £15
Roast chicken, red lentils, beetroot, red cabbage, bread sauce. £16
Burger, fried egg, cheddar, chips. £13
Black angus ribeye, tomato, watercress, chips, bernaise. £22
Cinema in London
London Film Festival
There are many things to love about autumn: fresh black opaques with ankle boots, dark evenings and twinkly London lights, how red wine tastes better when there’s a nip in the air outside. Another thing is London Film Festival.
On the program are some super talks such as a technical animation masterclass with Dreamworks or The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart and political journalist Maziar Bahari debating freedom of speech. Film-wise, we like the look of Mike Leigh’s Mr Turner, about the 19th century artist, Love Is Strange, a bittersweet gay love story set in New York City starring Alfred Molina and Whiplash, one young man’s pursuit for drumming perfection.
HEIRLOOM TOMATO SALAD
4 heirloom tomatoes
1 tbsp goats curd
8 black olives
½ stick of celery
1 tbsp white wine vineagar
Shot of olive oil
Slice the tomatoes. On the bed of your dish add a dollop of goats curd and then lay the tomatoes on top.
Chop the olives, removing the stones, and put them on a baking sheet in a warm oven (100 degrees) to dry out and intensify their flavour. Once finished, crumble olives on top of the tomatoes.
Thinly dice the celery and toss with the olive oil and white wine vinegar to dress the salad, and top the salad with a little rock salt and celery cress or celery leaves.
It’s that time when we take a renewed look at our city gardens, or more likely, complete lack thereof, and daydream about the good life, planting seedlings and a glut of personal homegrown veg in a couple months time. With allotment waiting lists having gone from so so so long to just plain closed, you’re coming to need to come up with some better ideas.
There’s a proliferation of folk with clever ideas to get growing in one of the world’s biggest cities (almost, we’re up there, more or less). Here are few spots to check out for some inspiration to get urban farming on your little slice of London (or get guerrilla on someone else’s): Eco-Thriving, GR2Food, and Green Walls.
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LETTERS OF LIFE & LOVE
Table Sixteen has been at The Garrison since the beginning. It has drawers and slowly these drawers started to fill up with little notes, then bigger notes, doodles, confessions, full-blown narratives. And now, we’re going to start joining them all together to see what story they tell. Instagram yours: #table16