One of London’s oldest Michelin-starred restaurants, turns 30 this December and is celebrating with a ten course ‘Greatest Hits’ tasting menu.
On 16 December, Pied à Terre, one of London’s oldest Michelin-starred restaurants, will celebrate its 30th Anniversary with historic dishes making a comeback from previous world-renowned Head Chefs. Pied à Terre’s kitchen has seen some of the UK’s best chef talent - Richard Neat, Tom Aikens, Shane Osborn, Marcus Eaves, Andy McFadden - cut their culinary teeth.
The restaurant is showcasing some of the best-loved dishes from its history by serving a rotating selection of signatures each month in the lead up to the jubilee. The dishes will culminate in one ten course ‘Greatest Hits’ tasting menu (£130), along with a whole vacherin Mont d’Or to share and handmade petit fours, available from 30 November until Christmas.
Seared squid tagliatelle with squid ink, Noilly Prat and pine nuts; terrine with artichoke, celeriac and black truffle vinaigrette; seared scallops with parsley gremolata and Ibérico ham; smoked quail with celeriac, hazelnuts, confit egg yolk and black truffle and red wine poached pear with panna cotta.