Nestled within the Modern British and Irish art exhibition, the site-specific 'hub of food, flowers & happiness' designed by Dixon to celebrate Sotheby's Modern British Art Week - with artworks on show by the giants of modern British art, from Henry Moore to Howard Hodgkin and Bridget Riley.
The five-day dining experience from 18-22 November, serves a daily menu of breakfast, lunch and supper clubs - bringing together the very best of British culture in an unique artistic and culinary experience. Staying true to Joy’s ethos, the dishes comprise ultra-seasonal and rarely found ingredients to create dishes such as smoked eel, beetroot and horseradish and risotto bianco with 5g white truffles.
Styled by Tom Dixon, the immersive restaurant features the designer’s unique pieces, including 100% recyclable chairs and tables made of a rare, oriental marble named Primavera and plenty of luscious, rare specimen plants and sought-after vintage Willy Guhl planters.
Comfort & joy
Finely chopped belted Galloway beef with pickled elderberries, cured egg yolk and crisp bread; Wild Margate sea bass steamed with cep, thyme and Nyetimber; creel caught large Scottish langoustine roasted with butter and seaweed and venison loin roasted with bacon, chestnuts, sage and barbera.
The nightly Supper Club - held in the galleries after hours is set at £95pp with Stevie cooking a four course dinner menu with a welcome glass of Nyetimber.