Francis Mallmann Joins 45 Park Lane For Autumn Pop-Up

A guru of South America cuisine, Francis Mallmann will be hosting a three day pop-up in London this October


If you’re a fan of South American cuisine, don’t miss out on this exciting pop-up. South America’s most celebrated chef Francis Mallmann will be joining David McIntyre to bring his bold Argentinian flavours to London for the first time.

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Taking place at Wolfgang Puck’s CUT at 45 Park Lane, the special dinner event will offer guests the chance to devour a six course tasting menu filled with South American delights, lasting from and will last from 3-5 October 2018.

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Mallmann’s menu will include signature dishes such as ‘smashed crusty Andean potato with smoked butter and caviar’, ‘corn Humita with basil’, ‘plancha avocado with salmon confit’, ‘sweetbread on eggplant Milanese’, and ‘slowly roasted rubia gallega rib eye on the bone’, followed by ‘desserts from the river plate’.

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“This will be a perfect meal; it has two of my favourite ingredients… crusty potato and rib eye,” Francis Mallmann told The Wordrobe. “I’ve cooked with my dear friend Wolfgang Puck in LA before, but for my first time cooking in London I’m looking forward to sharing a kitchen with David McIntyre. He has the respect for product that is the essential starting point for making a great, beautiful steak and the mastery of a simple way of grill cooking that is very difficult to achieve.”

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To accompany the tasting menu, Argentinian wines from historic family winery, Bodega Catena Zapata, have been selected and imported specially for the evening by Wolfgang Puck’s senior operations partner Alex Resnik, a native from the country.

The details
Cost: £280 per person
When: October 3 – 5 2018
Reservations: To reserve your space, please email CUT.45L@dorchestercollection.com or telephone +44 (0)20 7493 4545.

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