This April Adam Handling’s restaurant The Frog Hoxton will launch a second series of guest chef dinners, featuring a mix of emerging talent and celebrated industry names.
Once again, the series will see head chef Jamie Park and the Hoxton team collaborating with a line-up of culinary concepts on a set of one-off dinners. First up on 7 April is Kitchen F.M., the roving pop-up kitchen founded by French-born chefs Fabien Spagnolo and Max True. The pair will be followed by Jay Morjaria, who is currently developing his first restaurant JAE after spending years cooking and training all over the world.
Later in May The Frog will welcome Ivan Tisdall-Downes and Imogen Davis, the duo behind wild food restaurant Native. This pioneering eatery was initially concocted as a street food stall – long before sustainability became cool. Both Ivan and Imogen have always been passionate about the natural world: Ivan worked at River Cottage HQ as well as the renowned Blue Hill Farm in New York, while Imogen nurtured a palate for wild food from a young age (her family own a falconry business).
Also featuring in the series: Sarap founder Ferdinand “Budgie” Montoya, Andy Stubbs of Texas-inspired street food spot Low ‘N’ Slow, and Yasmin Godfrey, who heads up the kitchen at neighbourhood eatery Fed & Watered.
The Frog Hoxton is part of award-winning Scottish chef Adam Handling’s ever growing restaurant empire. He is now the chef-owner of three London restaurants, two bars and a deli, and recently became chef patron at new Chelsea hotel Belmond Cadogan – aged just 30.
The Frog Hoxton, 45-47 Hoxton Square, Hackney, London N1 6PD
7 April – 4 August 2020
Tickets for each dinner are £60pp. Visit thefroghoxton.com for more information and bookings.