Bubbledogs!

Bubbledogs!

You all know that the Kitchen Table at Bubbledogs is one of our favourite restaurants in London. When we heard that they are doing their first collaboration dinner (with Koya) we immediately got our name in the waiting list and luckily we got in!
Seeing two of London’s most talented chefs working together and experiencing the tasting menu they’ve created, was a treat.
We’ve never seen Junya in action before and we loved his modesty and his clear passion, love and respect for ingredients and cooking methods. Our favourites from the nine dishes that he created, were the watermelon (sandia), the udon (see how carefully he assembles the dish), the eel and the mugwort.
From James’ ten dishes, we loved the chicken, the peas, the sole, the duck, the nettle and the strawberry.
Yes I know that the favourites include almost all of the dishes, but this is a great place. Considering that last time we tried some of those dishes was less than two weeks ago and that we were again so excited is proof that a) this is a team that not only has creativity but has achieved to have consistency in execution, b) that I’m a glutton :)
I hope that this was the first of a series of collaborations and I promise to try to attend all of the future ones!

                                                                                                          xxx,K
BDG.shirt ,Urban Outfitters
Asos shorts
Maison Martin Margiela sandals
Chanel bag
Zoe Kompitsi evil eye necklace
Forever 21 necklace
Topshop midi rings
Glassing sunglasses
Sandias
Bonito
Bass
Chicken
Hogweed
Udon
Peas
Asparagus
Sole
Eel
Duck
Boar
Goat
Nettle
Beetroot
Strawberry
Mugwort
Caramel
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