SUNDAY 13 JUNE 2021
Taking place at London's highest residents-only bar and lounge in the new development Wardian London. Experience 2 Michelin-starred chef James Knappett cooking for one day only at this exclusive Kitchen Table sky-high pop-up for just 24 diners.
Watch the city come to life from The Observatory, before it opens, an eclectic space which evokes a botanical collector’s den. Enjoy an intimate and unforgettable six-course Tasting Menu hosted by James Knappett and paired with Gusbourne English wines, with the most breathtaking views over London.
Lunchtime and Dinnertime tickets available.
All tickets include a complimentary vineyard tour at Gusbourne's Estate.
Spaces for this one-of-a-kind culinary experience are strictly limited, so please ensure you book your place now to avoid disappointment.
Tickets must be purchased in pairs.
Husband and wife team James Knappett and Sandia Chang co-founded Kitchen Table in 2012. James is Executive Head Chef, while Sandia is Master Sommelier. James has worked at some of the world’s most highly-regarded restaurants. Kitchen Table was awarded a Michelin star in 2014, followed by a coveted second Michelin star in 2018. The restaurant has been celebrated for offering a dining experience that encourages full interaction with the chefs and showcases remarkable acts of kitchen theatre.
This new development is a residence like no other, Wardian is a world first in housing design that champions botanically inspired living. Amid the skyscrapers and waterways of Canary Wharf, an immersive sanctuary is revealed. Comprising two iconic apartment towers with a curated space of facilities, Wardian is a destination like no other. The apartments at Wardian are designed to provide an elegant sanctuary from the bustle of city life.
Each course is carefully paired with Gusbourne’s award-winning range of English sparkling and still wines, which will be introduced on the day by Gusbourne’s Laura Rhys MS – one of just 267 Master Sommeliers in the world. Fine wines come with a sense of place. In Gusbourne’s case, rolling hillsides, ancient Kentish villages and the sun-soaked soil where they planted their first vines in 2004.