The Hari in Belgravia is celebrating Leonardo da Vinci’s 500th birthday on Monday April 15, with a six-course Italian dinner inspired by the great artist and inventor. The dinner is being held on the hotel’s Garden Terrace prepared by the chefs from The Hari’s Il Pampero restaurant with dishes taking inspiration from da Vinci's most famous works of art and invention, such as a main course of lamb loin with a pistachio crust which takes its presentation cues from da Vinci’s fighting vehicle. The dinner is priced at £60 per person, excluding drinks.
Works of art
Buttered anchovies and crispy bread; Parachute pasta – ravioli stuffed with asparagus and black truffle and finished with a wild garlic velouté; lamb loin with a pistachio crust and a 'helicopter' panforte mousse dessert.