Hosted by John & Kerstin at the wonderful Gooseberry Field. Join us for a delicious four-course Venetian feast with locally sourced seasonal ingredients, including many ingredients grown in our own garden. Our menu is created and cooked by Russell Norman, our guest chef for the evening. Profit from the ticket sales will be donated to 21 Together, a local children's charity close to our hearts.
Aperol & Prosecco DOCG
Cherry tomatoes and Basil from the garden with Italian Buffalo Mozzarella
Freshly baked Focaccia with Oregano and Garlic
RISI E BISI PASTA COURSE
Carnaroli Risotto, white onions, fresh peas, Parmesan and Vermouth. Lots of fresh mint
COD CHEEKS & SOFFRITTO, BITTER LEAF SALAD
Tangy lentils flavoured with Sage, Red Wine Vinegar and a little Salsa Verde
Radicchio, Treviso tardivo, Castelfranco, Puntarelle
A classic desert flavoured with strong coffee, dark rum, Marsala, Cocoa and Mascarpone
We will have limited capability to cater for dietary requirements without advance warning, due to the set menu nature of the event, so please let us know about anything relevant prior to booking your tickets.
As with all our supper clubs, you’ll be seated with fellow diners on sharing tables. Don’t worry, we’ll make sure you’re with all your friends, and you might even leave with some new ones! To encourage conviviality, a number of the dishes are designed for sharing and will be put in the centre of your tables.
Drinks will be available to purchase from the venue on the evening of the event.
The menu is subject to change due to availability of fresh ingredients
Full refunds available up to 14 days prior to the event.
Instructions on how to find us and where to park, will be sent to you 48 hours prior to the event.
ABOUT GOOSEBERRY FIELD
Gooseberry Field is a glamping business with eight luxury glamping bell tents, a hot tub and wood fired pizza oven based in Pluckley in the heart of Kent.
The campsite is a five acre smallholding situated on the edge of the village of Pluckley which used to be an ancient Kent apple orchard. Most of the original apple trees are gone but we have replanted about a hundred heritage trees, a vineyard and have reorganised the land, with fruit trees, fruit bushes, wild flower meadows, a vegetable garden, chickens and pigs.