Grub and Giggles

Speakers: Kate’s Kitchen

On Friday 25th and Saturday 26th of September the Bristol Food Union are bringing together amazing local produce and people in the form of a 5 course meal from Kate’s Kitchen; local booze and entertainment provided by Bristol comedy legend Mark Olver and some surprise guests from the Belly Laughs team.

All in the beautiful setting of one of the city’s iconic buildings – Circomedia.

Tickets are £38 per person and you can pre-order some gorgeous Somerset wines (as only house wines will be available on the night).

Profits from the evening will help support our work at the Bristol Food Union, which is a Social Enterprise comprising of restaurants, food businesses and community organisations that have come together across-sectors to ensure that the city stays fed during the Covid-19 crisis. We support our independent food and farming communities that have been hit hard, vulnerable communities struggling to access good food, and frontline workers delivering long and difficult hours across the NHS. We understand the power of food to sustain us when times get tough.

We welcome parties of up to six people and these can now be from multiple households (see more here). Please also read the Covid-19 policy for this event on the Eventbrite page (in a nutshell no vertical drinking and managed social distancing).

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Menu

Beef tartare, Yorkshire pudding

Cauli cheese Yorkshire pudding (vegetarian)

House made filled focaccia, kale pesto, local tomato and cheese (vegetarian)

Spring onion and beetroot bhaji, yeo valley yoghurt cucumber raita (vegetarian)

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Trickle goats’ cheese, Bristol honey, nuts, beetroot, our own sourdough (vegetarian and can be vegan)

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Lamb rump, herby spring onion and mustard crust, slow roasted layered lamb and potato terrine

Or roast squash, herby spring onion mustard crust, potato and beetroot terrine, parsley sauce (vegetarian)

Bowls of green Bristol vegetables

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Blackberry and damson fool, granola crumb and Bristol pear and chocolate tart

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Bristol Extract coffee, Bath blue, Kelston Park soft cheese, Wookey hole cheddar cheese, elderberry jelly

  • Vegetables are from Edible Futures grown in Frenchay , BS16
  • Beef is grass fed from Pilning, BS32
  • Lamb is grass fed from Frampton on Severn
  • Cheeses are from the Bristol surrounding area
  • Dunleavy Vinyards wine
  • Green Hill Estate wine
  • 6 o’clock gin cocktail
  • Lost and Grounded beers
  • Barley Wood cider

Please do inform us of any dietaries or allergies upon booking, all allergies and dietaries can be catered for.