Fire pit BBQ supper club, Pan, will be popping up on London’s riverbank throughout the summer, serving up a feast of wild and foraged food in a unique riverside setting.
Named after the Ancient Greek god of the wild and nature, Pan creates playful, seasonal dishes that celebrate the UK’s abundance of wild food, cooked on an open fire.
Hosted at the Hurlingham Yacht Club in Putney, tickets are available on Wednesday 16th May and Wednesday 13th June, with more dates to be announced soon.
On arrival, guests are invited to soak up the evening sun as they enjoy a welcome cocktail on the yacht club’s decked veranda overlooking the Thames, before taking a seat inside at long banqueting tables decorated with seasonal flowers and branches.
Once seated, guests are treated to a four-course dinner, including: an amuse bouche; ember-seared gravlax with wild garlic, pickled radish, asparagus ribbons and samphire; dirty-seared muntjac saddle with farrofa and fermented mint; carrot, hogweed, watercress, new potato and nettle salad; and caramelised rhubarb with almond and coconut frangipani, rhubarb honeycomb, and a rhubarb and sorrel coulis.
Pan founder, Dougy Robertson, was formerly Chef at the UK’s finest foraging and cookery school, Hunter Gather Cook, and at the Chelsea Physic Garden’s award-winning café.
Tickets, including a welcome drink, are £40 and are available here.
Additional drinks can be purchased from the Hurlingham Yacht Club bar, or guests are welcome to BYOB at £10 corkage.
Catch Pan at Festivals this Summer
Pan will also be popping up at the Great Estate Festival (1-3 June), keeping hungry festival-goers well-fed from its specially-adapted Land Rover, and will be doing fire pit cooking demos at RHS Chelsea Flower Show (22-26 May), Taste of London (13-17 June), and the Shrewsbury Food Festival (23-24 June).