latcui 4.28 – longitude 194 @ Mark’s, Primrose Hill & Guest Chefs Announced for Global Feast
OnJuly 9, 2012
Hello folks!After a short break while we got the Feast ready, Latitude returns this Friday with a dinner for 20 at Mark’s in Primrose Hill.
News also this week of the exciting guest chefs and supper clubs who have confirmed their contribution for Global Feast including well known chefs such as Anna Hansen from The Modern Pantry and Martin Morales from Cerviche, as well as supper club veterans Arno Maasdorp from the Saltoun Supper Club and Uyen Luu from Leluu.
With 20 different cuisines to chose from, there really is something for everyone. Tickets for the dinners are going fast, so do book your favourite night today.
Sinead and Alex
Join Mark this Friday, 13th July to celebrate his 40th birthday, Latutude-style!
Mark has space for 10 strangers to come dine with 10 friends at his place in Primrose Hill. We are at longitude 194 so we are drifting into the Pacific Ocean.
We have left mainland New Zealand but stop to take a pause in the NZ-associated Cook Islands and the island of Niue, otherwise know as ‘the rock’.
We haven’t quite made it to Alaska yet but we do visit an outcrop of the good ol’ USA – Hawaii.
Who’s coming for dinner? RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guest chefs confirmed for Global Feast!
Our next big news this week is the confirmation of the guest chefs and supper clubs for Global Feast 2012. Global Feast offers a journey through the best of world food, enwrapped by Worldscape – the tallest table in the world, made from its contours, designed by atmos.Here are the chefs and supper clubs confirmed to date:
Wed 25th July West African (Vegan) Chris Massamba, Sundia Food
Thurs 26th July Mediterranean Guest Chef: to be announced
Fri 27th July British Denise Baker-Mclean Moel Faban