1 Devour delicious tasting menus from Kitchen Table, **
Available every Friday (the perfect way to end a long week) two Michelin-starred restaurant, the Kitchen Table, is offering its first ever ‘at home’ experience. James Knappett – chef patron – brings his award-winning cooking to the comfort of guests’ own homes with a duo of tasting menus.
Choose from a £75pp 7-course menu or a 11-course menu priced at £125pp, each filled with fresh ingredients and incredible flavours. Kitchen Table-inspired add-ons are also available alongside the chosen menu and – in keeping with the restaurant’s reputation for finely matched wines and grower Champagnes – & Home boxes enable guests to add their preferred wines and Champagnes, expertly selected by James’s wife, Sandia Chang.
With menus changing on a monthly basis, dishes have included the likes of Hand-dived Orkney Island scallops, toasted hazelnut and herb butter, Cornish Day boat fish en papillote, summer baby vegetables, roast shellfish sauce, fine herb salad and Burrata from Puglia, fresh English cherries, wild fig leaf oil. Plus, not forgetting dessert, a gorgeous not Baked cheesecake, extra virgin olive oil, summer berry compote. One word – TGIF.
When: & Home by James Knappett is delivered once a week, on a Friday and orders must be placed before midnight the previous Sunday.
How: To find out more or make a booking, please visit kitchentablelondon.slerp.com.
2 Enjoy a taste of Nordic-inspired cuisine with Aquavit, *
For something both light and luscious, order your next meal from Aquavit. Head Chef Jorjon Colazo offers carefully crafted, Nordic-inspired dishes, featuring fresh and locally sourced ingredients. The menu is inspired by regions surrounded by water and rich in game, berries, and wild foods, with an abundance of seafood.
Until 30th September, Aquavit is celebrating kräftskiva, an annual Swedish feasting festival dedicated to the region’s delicious crayfish. Order one or two-dozen crayfish served with a number of tempting sides, complete with traditional hats, bibs and decorations from £25 – the perfect foodie night in.
Of course, there’s still a number of Nordic-inspired options to try – with dishes including the likes of Gravlax, Mustard, Dill Sauce as well as Swedish Meatballs, Salmon Burger and fluffy Langoustine Bao Buns. Nights in have never sounded quite so tempting.
When: Available Wednesday to Sunday from 11:30am-10pm, via Supper and Deliveroo.
How: To find out more or make a booking, please visit aquavitrestaurants.com.
3 Make it vegan with Pied à Terre, *
If you prefer plant-based fine dining, opt for Fitzrovia’s Michelin-starred Pied à Terre. The concept, available for both delivery and collection, enables Londoners to get their hands on a plant-based Feast Box from one of London’s oldest Michelin-starred restaurants every weekend.
One box (priced at £50) feeds 2 people and contains 5 sharing dishes. The menu changes on a weekly basis, featuring plenty of exciting flavours with an entirely meat and dairy-free ethos. For those who prefer a tipple or two, an additional wine supplement is available alongside.
Previous dishes have included treats such as Chickpea, kidney bean and cumin hummus with pink peppercorns, Jasmine Rice, Dill & Mint Stuffed Tomatoes Roasted Potatoes, Chilled roasted tomato soup with dill oil and Coconut rice pudding with mango puree.
The dishes, designed to be enjoyed in a laid-back environment at home, have been prepared to ensure that they travel well but also bring a sense of the elevated Pied à Terre experience to customers.
When: Available on Fridays and Saturdays only. Delivery available throughout London. There is no charge for Collection
How: Place an order via www.pied-gifting.co.uk/vegan-specials.
4 Try Cantonese cuisine with Hakkasan Mayfair, *
Known for their trendy world-class cuisine, foodies can now enjoy Hakkasan at Home, available on Supper and Deliveroo across London. Try a selection of dishes from the restaurant’s Michelin-starred a la carte menu as well as its signature set menus, all available for enjoyment without even needing to leave the house.
For something exquisite, opt for the Hakkasan Dragon menu: with highlights including the Crispy Duck Salad, Rib Eye with Lily Bulb Black Bean sauce and a selection of dim sum dishes that showcase Hakkasan’s Michelin-starred style.
Other options include Peking Duck, Grilled Chilean Seabass, a number of vegetarian dishes and course, 12 different Champagne options for a glass (or bottle) of bubbly to pair it with.
When: Available daily.
How: To find out more or make a booking, please visit www.hakkasan.com.