After six years working in Michelin-starred restaurants in Switzerland, France and Belgium, Merlin Labron-Johnson returned to the UK to open Portland. Now he can be found in Bruton, Somerset, with his second Michelin-starred restaurant Osip. Influenced by the flavours of Southern France and Northern Italy, Merlin has created a set menu - merging West Country produce merging West Country produce with the flavours of this travels in Europe and beyond. Expect dishes such as bruschetta of eel and candy beetroot dusted with a powder of dried fruits and duck served with a winter mole rojo. Tickets are priced at £85 per guest and includes a welcome drink and the seven course menu.
Bruschetta of eel and candy beetroot dusted with a powder of dried fruits; root vegetable tea with burnt garlic oil; buckwheat salad with champignon de Paris; scallops with Jerusalem artichoke, a potato and egg yolk raviolo and duck served with a winter mole rojo.