In true patriotic style, award-winning gastropub, restaurant and bar operator ETM Group, is celebrating top-notch British grub by bringing forgotten favourites back into favour and onto our plates, for a limited time only.
Showcasing the very best of home-grown food and fresh produce from their suppliers Ã¢â‚¬â€œ including fresh fish from Brixham, fruit and veg from New Covent Garden Market and meat and game from Lake District Farmers and Yorkshire Game Ã¢â‚¬â€œ a menu of time-honored specials and even a pop-up pie and mash shop will return at select ETM Group venues including:
White Park beef hot pot, bone marrow and roasted roots £19
The Botanist Sloane Square
Dexter beef cobbler, greens £17
The Botanist Broadgate Circle
Jugged Hare, creamed mashed potato, cabbage and bacon £26
The Jugged Hare, Barbican
Pork faggots, pease pudding, caramelised onion gravy £19
Chiswell Street Dining Rooms, Barbican
Verjuice jellied eel, pickled quail egg, parsley vinaigrette £7
Hebridean lamb cawl, dulse broth, Gentleman’s relish shortbread £17
One Canada Square, Canary Wharf
Steak and kidney pudding, Jersey Rock oyster, stout gravy, parsley mash £14
Eccles cakes with Lancashire cheese £7 Ealing Park Tavern, South Ealing
Wild Suffolk venison frumenty £17
The White Swan, Farringdon/Holborn
Mock turtle stew, cabbage and mash £14
The Well, Clerkenwell
Pop-up Pie & Mash Shop Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Pie, Mash and a Pint £8
The Hat & Tun, Farringdon
(available for lunch only)
Drawing on both history and nostalgia, 18th century classics such as jugged hare and mock turtle stew feature, alongside wild Suffolk venison frumenty, one of England’s oldest dishes dating back to medieval times, and the nation’s dish that slipped away Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Verjuice jellied eels with pickled quail eggs and parsley vinaigrette. A pop-up pie and mash shop at The Hat & Tun will also bring a Londoner’s favourite for a lunchtime pick-me-up.
All British Food Fortnight specials will be available from 17th September Ã¢â‚¬â€œ 2nd October at selected ETM sites.