Open until the beginning of November, the pop-up table will celebrate one of the most glamorous periods of gin history with hessian bags of botanicals, a miniature copper still and a multi-course gin pairing menu (priced at £35 per person).
The pop-up is the latest offering from The Jones Family Project, a venue that offers diners the chance to discover something new on every visit.
This new incarnation of the ever-changing stage set pop-up table area will take groups of up to eight people on a journey through the historic Langley’s distillery, which dates back to the 1920s.
To reflect the ‘family’ aspect of the venue, The Jones Family Project will offer a menu of sharing platters including Scottish Salmon house-cured with Langley’s No. 8, Chicken a la rose with lemon, coriander seeds and white wine, Rump of Lamb with juniper berries and black pepper and Orange and Gin parfait. Every dish has been designed to either include the gin or pick out the flavours of particular botanicals from the Langley’s No. 8 botanical mix.
Running alongside the menu will be a three-course gin cocktail menu with a host of twists on classic serves including The Spritz to start the meal, The Aviation to pair with main course and a Clover Club to pair with dessert.
Plus, any group that get in the spirit and dress up in nineteen twenties attire will receive 10% off their meal.
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The Jones Family Project
78 Great Eastern Street