Top 3: Must-Try London Experiences in 2017By Angelica Malin
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1. Roof Deck Restaurant & Bar
Roof Deck Restaurant & Bar, the seventh rooftop collaboration between Selfridges and restaurateur Des McDonald. Inspired by the relaxed, cool Californian lifestyle, the latest Selfridges rooftop pop-up brings a taste of American West Coast living to the heart of London’s Oxford Street. It’s the perfect spot to revel in the summer sunshine with Cali cocktails, there’s a bar inside with a fully retractable roof and there’s another on the terrace with a cabana for shelter. Guests can sip on fresh West Coast inspired cocktails, our picks include Cucumber & chilli margarita with Teqiulla, agave, Habanero chilli, lime juice, cucumber and chilli salt and the Clementine mojito with Havana Especial, clementine coulis, citrus, Angostura, fresh mint and soda.
2. Eat a Haché Burger
Haché, the burger connoisseurs, has teamed up with the very talented Sabrina Ghayour to develop the limited edition ’Merguez Mama’ burger. The burger will be available from all six Haché locations across the city for the month of June only, to coincide with London Food Month.
Just to remove any guilt from tucking into this delicious meal, Haché has teamed up with Action Against Hunger to donate £1 from the sale of each burger to the charity. As an ambassador to the charity, Sabrina is hoping this tasty burger will prove very popular, raising as much money for the charity as possible.
3. Try Out Kitchen Theory
Gastrophysics Chef’s Table is the latest project from Kitchen Theory, founded by Chef Jozef Youssef. Aiming to explore the science and psychology behind how we perceive flavour, Jozef has created a thirteen-course multisensory menu, using the research he has collated over the past five years with leading experimental psychologist, Professor Charles Spence of the University of Oxford. Set in an intimate studio in north London, the Chef’s Table seats up to ten guests, while Jozef and his team prepare dishes in an open kitchen allowing an interactive experience for diners. Following a Champagne reception, guests at Gastrophysics Chef’s Table take part in a series of simple taste tests that are designed to explore each individual’s sense of taste, and the strong psychological associations that we have with the different tastes: salty, bitter, sour, and sweet. To follow, guests are invited to dine on carefully designed dishes, using the finest seasonal ingredients, that show Jozef’s great creativity and skill as a chef, whilst continuing to explore the science and psychology behind how we perceive flavour.