Heads up: Launceston Place five course dinner matched to Portuguese wines
I quote, “Launceston Place has long seemed to aspire to the likes of Kauffmann and Ducasse, perhaps even Ramsay, but this latest incarnation adds a splash of Redzepi to the mix.”
Tickets cost £95/person and include the five course tasting menu paired with wines, including canapés, cheese selection, water, coffees and service charge.
If you would like to come or find out more, please contact the restaurant on 020 7937 6912 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope to see you there!
Here’s a sneak peek at our working menu, with the wines which Piotr and I have selected.
Canapés with Filipa Pato, Beiras 3B Blanc de Blancs, Metodo Tradicional NV (Bairrada)
Belgian endives, bread condiments, whole nuts, dates, parsley mojito with Anselmo Mendes Muros Antigos Alvarinho 2014 ( Moncao e Melgaco, Vinho Verde)
Sea bass, persimmon, seaweed, chicken oyster, vanilla beurre blanc with Casa da Passarella Villa Oliveira Encruzado 2012 (Dão)
Iberico pluma, rainbow carrots, green curry, belly confit with Filipa Pato Nossa Calcario Tinto 2013 (Bairrada)
Scottish grouse, clementine, crostini, pommes noisettes, watercress with Herdade do Esporao Alicante Bouschet 2009 (Alentejo)
Selection of cheeses with Graham’s 20-year-old Tawny Port
Chocolate ganache, steam cake, caramelised apple with Blandy’s 10-year-old Malmsey Madeira
NB Since this post there have been changes to the wine selection. The Esporao, Casa de Passarella & Grahams Tawny still stand. The plan is to show other examples of sparkling, Alvarinho, Baga and a bottle aged Port instead of the Madeira.