Autumn feast from the 'New East'

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We cook food from the ‘New East’ – from the Baltics, via Moscow to Caucasian

mountains drawing on our heritage and always telling a story along side the

food. Food never feeds the belly alone…

Former Soviet Union is a challenging, complex, rich and inspiring land to draw

inspiration from. Has been and is still now. As part of #MyLondonSupperclubs

we are inviting you to enjoy a very personal to us journey:

Katya came to London from Estonia of Ukrainian/Crimean parents, as an

asylum seeker in the 90s, at the time when national tensions were high. Karina,

a daughter of a Muscovite ballerina with Georgian roots, has travelled far and

wide across the USSR, and knew from the early age the sensibilities of being


For the last five years we have been on a mission to show London how food

from former Soviet Union transcends boundaries - and can be chic and



The menu is a range of zakuski (meze style) and is approximate - and will be

very much influenced by September produce)


The world is closing down all around us. Beautiful meals won't solve that but we can certainly try with a gusto. This one night in Soho as part of #MyLondonSupperclubs we are cooking a meal to tell our own side of the story - of the friendship* between russkis and ukrainians. In London and back home. 

The menu will trot the borders: from Moscow, to Tallinn, to Kiev and Crimea, back to London. The identity of many dishes are wonderfully fuzzy - our own and that's how we like it. 

* Apologies for the overaly romantic languague. Or actually, no regrets. Sometimes we need it.

Possible menu choices:

Herring caviar with Baltic sweet-n- sour dill cucumbers


Salmon cured with Crimean juniper berries w Borodinsky bread (Karaway bakery, Barking) n whipped butter


Aubergine, pomegranate and funduk nuts from Crimean steppes


Torte of mushroom, spring vegetables and English borschevik hogweed, 


Our signature dish: Borsch inspired beetroot pie


Stuffed peppers from Katya's Southern Ukrainian mother


Baddam Buri

Walnut and cardamom pastry, sort of Georgian, sort of Moscovite

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