The Art of Dining is teaming up with the National Trust to bring diners an amazing pop-up restaurant A Night with the Mistress.
The dining event will be held at Fenton House in Hampstead between 16 and 21 July. A Night with the Mistress will showcase decadent design, food and entertainment. Fenton House is 17th-century merchant house on Hampstead Grove – the perfect setting for an evening of theatrical food.
A garden party without a soggy sandwich or picnic rug in sight, set designer Alice Hodge has transformed the picturesque gardens with a secluded and secret dining tent a bloom with foliage and flowers and infused with birdsong.
The creative cuisine comes courtesy of ex Moro chef Ellen Parr, with a mischievous five-course menu taking inspiration from the gardens of Fenton. Try edible flower salad with snail dressing, crispy Vietnamese frog or barbecued rabbit, followed by gooseberry and elderflower summer mess.
Organised by the National Trust’s London Project, which aims to create contemporary unique events within historic locations.
The Art of Dining £55 per person includes a complimentary drink, 5 courses and entertainment
For more information visit theartofdining.co.uk