We have worked alongside some hugely creative chefs over the years on events from London to Cornwall.
So we Thought, why not invite them down to Bread and Flowers HQ and ask them to cook for the locals. After all, Salisbury isn’t exactly the gourmet capital of the south. Remarkably, they come and deliver some amazing, original and unique food with great humour and gusto. But you need to be on the mailing list to get in on the action, and you need to book fast. Fifty percent of seats for Matt hew Pennington sold within 90 seconds of the email landing.
UP COMING GUEST CHEF
ROMY GILL SLOW SUNDAY -28th JANUARY 2018
SLOW SUNDAY - 2.00PM – 7.00PM
LONGFORD FARMHOUSE. BODENHAM. SALISBURY. WILTS. SP5 4EJ.
It’s another slow Sunday lunch on the 28th January 2018, a perfect time to abandon all thoughts of resolutions and reflect on the year ahead. We’re super excited to be welcoming Romy Gill as our next guest chef, kicking off the new year with some deeply aromatic offerings for everyone to savour. Her restaurant, Romy’s Kitchen, is over in Thornbury, just outside of Bristol, so if you don’t fancy a three-hour round trip, then you’re very welcome here at Bread and Flowers HQ, Longford Farmhouse to share the joy.
Romy is another, high energy individual, she features on the Food Programme, is currently writing her first cook book, is appearing on the Saturday show with James Martin, appears at her fair share of food festivals around the country and organises charity events raising money and awareness of the need for clean drinking water on the Indian subcontinent. She also works with Action Against Hunger, next year she will be back on Masterchef and last year was awarded an MBE, so on top of everything, she’s an all-round good egg.
We popped over to Thornbury a while ago to chat through Romy’s menu and taste some of her exquisite food. Having visited India many time myself over the years, these dishes really do have that great taste of authenticity, often a struggle to find in the UK.
Christmas is coming and the goose is getting fat, so if you’re short of a few ideas for a Christmas gift, then a seat at the table of this remarkable chef could be the answer. We have gift vouchers available for you to treat friends and family with, or yourselves for that matter. Have a look at the menu below and get in touch to reserve a seat at the banquet.
Spicy crab, toasted sourdough
Deep fried potato balls, sweet and sour chilli chutney
Samosa, spicy chickpeas, tamarind chutney
Gurnard, Amritsari masala, panch phoron marinade, sweet potatoes, garlic ghee
Spicy sweet and sour paneer, mint and coriander chutney (V)
Venison, turmeric and tamarind marinade, onion, ginger, garlic, chillies, spices, jeera rice and dal
Seasonal vegetarian kofta, jeera rice and dal (V)
Gajar ka halwa (carrot pudding)
Coffee and sweeteners.
BYO Drinks, no corkage. £55 per head.
Full payment in advance to secure a seat. - please email; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bread and Flowers, Longford Farmhouse, Bodenham, Salisbury, SP54EJ