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EAT FRENCH! – SOUTH WEST FRENCH POP UP RESTAURANT “33”

EAT FRENCH! – SOUTH WEST FRENCH POP UP RESTAURANT LAUNCHING IN DALSTON 29NOV – 1DEC

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Cafe Bliss pic EDL   ’33’ will be popping up in Dalston this month bringing classic food from France’s most indulgent region to Hackney’s hungry hoards. Apple tart For it’s first outing, 33 will feature a set price menu with one sitting each night, transforming Cafe Bliss, 9 Dalston Lane, into a little corner of the Gironde. The menu’s highlight is Magret de Canard (grilled duck breast) a regional classic which was voted France’s favourite meal in 2013. Oysters and salt cod appetisers bring the tastes of the area’s Atlantic coastline, and indulgent desserts from residents pastry chef Helen A round off the night. The Bordeaux region also produces just a bit of wine, so the fixed price of £35 includes a half bottle. Oysters As well as showcasing the region’s food, 33 is driven by the sense of occasion and conviviality which French eating culture is all about. Howard and Emmanuel, the 33 boys, explain:   Emmanuel – “My family is from Bordeaux, and for years the English friends I’ve taken there have been blown away by the amazing food. It’s about time Londoners were reminded French restaurants aren’t all about michelin stars and rude waiters in Mayfair. When you arrive at your table at 33 there’ll be a bottle for you to crack into straight away, and since we’re only taking reservations for one sitting each night you can relax and enjoy your evening.”   Howard – “Most of us have been on one of those trips to France where you spend most of the time eating, drinking and laughing with friends. That’s the atmosphere we’re recreating at 33. Conviviality, and that rich delicious ‘Sud Ouest’ food that’s famous i France and perfect for a cold London winter night.” Ice cream Salad menu 1

Menu

Huîtres et crépinettes

Oysters with homemade round sausages, a tradition exclusive to the South West of France. Surf n’ Turf vibes.

Salade de morue

Salt cod, red peppers, citrus and fennel salad.

Magret de canard

Grilled duck breast – officially France’s favourite dish. Rustic trimmings: Bayonne ham and shallot petits pois, potatoes, green salad.

Tarte aux pommes

Apple and cinnamon tart with walnut and salted caramel ice cream, all homemade obvs.

Petits fours

Petits fours

Duck breast Biscuits

  Location Cafe Bliss, 9 Dalston Lane, Kingsland, London, E8 1PQ Dates & timings 7.30pm Fri 29th Nov //  7.30pm Sat 30th Nov //  Lunch & 7.30pm Sun 1st Dec Cash bar for drinks/ Tickets to be sold in advance and purchased athttp://www.33popup.com/bookings   Group discounts available. For more information: Web: www.33popup.com   Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/33-pop-up-restaurant/628567597181590 Twitter: @33PopUpDalston

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