Bermondsey Village Harvest
MAGIC BREAKFAST THANK YOU!
We couldn’t be more pleased to announce that thanks to everyone’s support and generosity, we’ve raised a whopping £12,621 for Magic Breakfast both through our efforts in the pub and at last week’s brilliant Bermondsey Village Harvest.
The evening was a great success – we ate, we drank, we even danced a little bit. It was an absolute pleasure to work with the teams from all of the street’s fine establishments, and we can’t wait to do it again soon.
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.
Sunday 8th December 2013
Stilton, tomato, red onion, rocket & walnut salad, honey dressing 4.5
Smoked chicken, quail’s egg, lardons, baby gem, croutons, herb dressing 7-
Brown shrimp cocktail, avocado, iceberg, marie-rose dressing 6-
Dressed crab, lemon aioli, chilli oil, bruschetta 8-
Pork terrine, onion marmalade, toast 6.5
Butternut squash, sage & pecorino risotto 11-
Panfried Rainbow trout, roast potatoes, cavolo nero, beurre blanc 14.5
Roast pork loin, apple sauce* 15.-
Roast beef, Yorkshire pudding.* 16-
Roast corn-fed chicken breast* 15.5
*Served with Roast Potatoes, Buttered Seasonal Vegetables, Gravy
SUNDAY NIGHT FILM FAMILY
When nights are long and livers tired, December’s Film Family is there to give you a Sunday night retreat of films with great soundtracks.
Elf (special xmas fun times night – details here)
Sundays from 7.30pm. Free for Christmas cheer, except for Elf screening where it’s £15 for extra-xmas-cheer.
FILM POSTERS REIMAGINED
Over the past couple of years there have been a spate of illustrators reworking film posters in their own unique style. Now and again one will pop up where the contrasting graphic style makes you suddenly rethink what the film was about to begin with, and some of them just look cooler than the originals.
We couldn’t be happier. Suddenly we’ve found ourselves surrounded by those who share our passion for great food – not only from the kitchens of our lovely neighbours like Jose and Zucca, but also from the railway arches filled with industrial ovens, coffee roasters and crates of the best local fruit and veg that the traders from nearby Maltby Street have transformed into a Saturday morning market-cum-meeting place.
Only a short walk from The Garrison, Maltby Street has coffee from Monmouth and Coleman, biodynamic vegetables from Fern Verrow, the award-winning Kernel Brewery and, of course, custard doughnuts from St John Bakery.
Every Saturday 9am-2pm. Details of all the Maltby Street traders.
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AN URBAN FARMING EXPERIENCE
A lovely look at the creative ways in which people integrate bountiful growth into a modern city landscape, from windowboxes and roof gardens to towering pylons of sustainable crops.
Jam of the Month
4 cloves of garlic
700g brown sugar
750ml malt vinegar
knob of ginger
1 cinnamon stick
1 tsp salt
- Chop apricots, apples, onions and garlic. Put into a large heavy based pan with sugar, spices and vinegar and slowly bring to the boil. Simmer for 30-40 minutes.
- Add grated lemon rind and juice of the lemons and simmer for a further 10 minutes. The chutney should be thick and pulp-like.
- Bottle into jars that have been heated to sterilise. Leave for 1-2 months for flavour to develop.
SHOW US GREAT COFFEE
Yours, ours or otherwise. Instagram #lattelove
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M-F: 12pm to 3pm
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M-Sat: 6pm to 10pm
Sun: 6pm to 9.30pm
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