Sunday lunch club with Cabrito at The Twenty Six
Each month, in one of our homes, we host the mother of all roasts, with the menu reflecting the quality and provenance of one beautiful piece of meat.
On 21 May, James Whetlor from ethical goat meat supplier Cabrito, will host our Sunday Lunch Club at The Twenty Six. Former River Cottage chef James has won an Observer Food Monthly Award for Best Ethical Producer, Good Housekeeping’sChampion Meat Producer, is a finalist in BBC Radio 4’s Food and Farming Awards and recently appeared on Channel 4’s Hidden Restaurants with Michel Roux Jnr.
On the table, head chef Scott Goss has created a menu full of new spring ingredients and roast leg of kid goat. Kid is similar to spring lamb and has a delicate, sweet and musky flavour. It is a strong enough flavour to stand up to the spice and heat of Middle-Eastern and North African recipes, but subtle enough to respond brilliantly to the herbs, garlic, wine and lemon of European cookery.
Our Sunday Lunch Club is all about sharing good food with good company. In the family spirit, which is at the heart of I’ll be Mother, we will all sit down to the same menu, at the communal table.
Kid faggot, artichoke and wild garlic crumb
Kent asparagus roasted on Kentish cherry wood
Morels, cured egg yolk, aged parmesan
Leg of Kid goat, broad beans, confit shallots and lemon
Ratatouille, kid pomme anna, thyme gravy
Flavours of sherry trifle
Pistachio sponge, panna cotta, raspberry and sherry ice cream
Coffee and Chocolates
Price is £40 per person including wine.
£10 Deposit to be made on reservation per person.
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Lunch will be served at 1.30pm. We welcome you to arrive a little earlier for an apertivo, maybe a Chapel Down Kir Royal or an Anno Gin and Tonic, before taking your place at the communal feasting table.
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