Soho’s Quo Vadis has announced the second instalment of its & Friends dinner events, where chef patron Jeremy Lee opens up his kitchen to partner with another restaurant and chef.
Now in its second year, Quo Vadis’ collaborative approach proved a huge hit in 2017. The restaurant welcomed new concepts and menus from the likes of London’s Black Axe Mangal Lee Tiernan, and Tommy Banks from The Black Swan, Oldstead.
For 2018, the series commences with The Camberwell Arms. Later in the year, Emily Dobbs from Sri Lankan restaurant Weligama will arrive, followed by West African newbie Ikoyi, old favourite The Quality Chop House and its famous Shaun Searley, and Cornerstone, the new Hackney restaurant from Nathan Outlaw protege Tom Brown.
Jeremy Lee told Hardens: “It is quite something to have the whole top floor of Quo Vadis awash with tables laid for dinner cooked by such an extraordinary line up of wonderful not to mention distinguished cooks, writers and chefs who so illuminate this grand old building on Dean St in Soho, bringing with them a great sense of good cheer, as well as delicious cooking.”
Dinners take place in the dining room upstairs at Quo Vadis – which has near perfect score of 4-5-5 in Hardens – and tickets are released one month before the scheduled dinner date. Club members have priority but everybody is welcome.