Experience an evening of dining and discovery

The Stoke House ‘Meet the Makers’ series

©2017 Tom Nicholson. 16/08/2017. London, UK. An evening dining with The Stoke House and their key suppliers; Paxton & Whitfield, Phillip Warren, Oxford Charcoal Company and Mash. Photo credit : Tom Nicholson

Experience the authentic tastes of The Stoke House with their new Meet the Makers series, an evening showcasing the new Stoke House menu and their locally sourced produce, while highlighting the inspiration and roots behind the dishes.

Guests will be invited to join The Stoke House on an evening of dining and discovery, as key suppliers regale the story behind the dishes and showcase their fare. They will enjoy a tasting experience from the supplier partnerships, including an evening of BBQ, butchery and beer, fine fruit and vegetables and a cheese and wine night. Produce will be available to purchase on the evening, so you can even take your favourites home.

Each supplier evening has been carefully curated to complement tastes and aromas. The programme will include:

  • 6th September: Butchery, BBQ and beer with BBQ favourite Oxford Charcoal Company, Cornish butchers Phillip Warren and beer from Kicking Horse Brewery
  • Date TBC: Something a little less meaty with fine fruit and vegetables from Mash Purveyors and tastes from the sea from the Secret Smokehouse
  • Date TBC: An evening of cheese and wine with royal Cheesemonger Paxton & Whitfield & a specialist wine supplier

All tickets will be available to purchase online. Tickets will be priced at £35 per person for the Butchery, BBQ and Beer event, this includes bottomless beer and wine.

You can buy your ticket for the Butchery, BBQ and Beer event here:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/meet-the-makers-at-the-stoke-house-tickets-37092044303?utm_term=eventurl_text

The Stoke House is a modern British carvery serving deliciously smoked meats and seasonal produce from around the country. Provenance is key – only prime cuts from the most delicious breeds are selected. All the meat is cooked on site, using a great blend of woods to bring about the uniquely delicious flavours. Meats, cheeses, charcuteries and the wood fire smoker are all on display for guests to see, along with a salad wall offering salads and sides which rotate weekly. The Stoke House is the perfect place for a quick stop off during lunch on a busy working day, a pre-theatre menu or an indulgent sit down dinner after a long day of sight-seeing.

Keep up to date with the latest from The Stoke House at www.thestokehouse.com or via Facebook or Twitter.

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