The Black Cow kicks off their series of steak supper clubs with a special event bringing an international, and independent approach to the classic pairing of steak and whiskey on 23rd April. 

The Black Cow’s Supper Club: The Lowdown

Head chefs Shiri Kraus and Amir Batito are transforming the traditional view of what a steak night can be. This special six-course tasting menu invites you to hop on a taste world tour, all without leaving the bright lights of Camden.

This event will elevate the old school view of steak and whiskey by championing Middle Eastern flavours with British steak supplied by H.G. Walter, and introduce unfamiliar flavours to familiar concepts. 

The Black Cow’s Supper Club: The Menu

Kicking off with a deconstructed Casbah, an Israeli speciality that combines a quail egg yolk, pulled beef, cheese, and pickled red onion, the menu also features the Pitzi, a beef short rib served with cheddar and vodka fondue.

The main event serves up a sample plate of three signature cuts including Onglet, Denver, and Sirloin on the bone alongside flaming herbs, Middle Eastern burnt herb oil and the signature blend of herbs and spices. To sweeten the deal, this dining experience will be brought to a close by the Gargamel, a gorgonzola cheesecake with a fig coulis.

The additional whiskey tasting menu is carefully paired to each dish, and features independently distilled whiskeys from around the British Isles and further. This menu invites guests to stop at the Irish Sliabh Liag distillery to sample Silkie Whiskey, before journeying up to Speyside for a measure of Tamadhu Single Malt, amongst many more.

The Black Cow’s Supper Club: The Details

Where: The Black Cow, Hawley Wharf, Camden, NW1 8AA

When: Saturday 23rd April

Timings: First seating: 6pm. Second Seating: 8:30pm

Price: £70 (inclusive of service charge) for 6-course steak tasting menu. Additional £23 for paired whiskey menu.

Tickets can be bought via this link