We are very excited that Freddy Bird, ex-Head Chef at The Lido and Executive Chef at the Glassboat, in Bristol has very kindly agreed to join us for our next supper club on Wednesday April 3rd at The Station, Silver Street, Bristol.He has created an intriguing evening titled “Sharing my love of Levantine Food”
If you can picture fantastic freshly baked flatbread brushed with Za’atar, sumac flourished salads, sticky date molasses, saffron, rosewater and much much more ! Full menu to follow shortly!
This is a change our previously advertised event; following a recent bereavement Romy Gill is no longer available on the 3rd April for the 91 Ways supper club as planned. Our thoughts are with Romy and her family at this time and we wish her a safe trip to her family in India.
We are very grateful for Freddy stepping-in and very excited about the evening he has planned.
Freddy Bird grew up in the countryside in the South West, where he spent his days messing about on the River Chew, fishing and cooking his catch over the fires he built.
He later travelled and ate his way around the Mediterranean, Northern Spain and the Middle East before working in London at 2 Michelin star restaurant,The Square and then Moro.
Freddy returned to the South West to open the Lido in Bristol, where he has won critical acclaim with his distinct style of
cookery, which is a unique take on Moorish and Mediterranean cooking , with a strong focus on provenance.
We look forward to sharing this exciting evening with you.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any special dietary requirements or queries.
April 3rd from 7pm at The Station, Silver Street, Bristol BS1