A clandestine culinary feast

A clandestine culinary feast

4th April 2019

Over the weekend of March 22-23, The Old Fire Station (TOFS) in Tonbridge hosted a secret dinner club with David Pigram Bespoke Dining at the EM Forster theatre

The concept of TOFS’ secret supper clubs is that when tickets go on sale there is no disclosure of what’s on the menu or where the dinner will be held – until the day before.

Essentially the idea is for discerning diners to trust TOFS’ choice of top quality chefs to serve up a gastronomic feast to enjoy.

Last month’s two-night sell-out event was hosted by talented chef Dave Pigram, who has worked for Michel Roux Senior and for Michelin star restaurants Reads in Faversham and Pier One in Sydney.

Dave treated guests to a seven course tasting menu which included cured salmon with fermented birch sap sorbet and asparagus, two-hour egg with mushrooms and vinegar bubbles and a dramatic candy skull for dessert.

A truly theatrical experience was had by all and Dave returns for another secret pop-up event organised by TOFS in May.

Pictures by Russell Harper www.harperphotography.co.uk

For more information on David Pigram visit davidpigrambespokedining.com

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