The Servants’ Supper
The Art of Dining and the National Trust present... The Servants' Supper – a unique dining adventure bringing leading pop-up dining collective The Art of Dining to the special places looked after by the National Trust in London.
Taking place on six nights in November in the servant’s quarters and the Orangery at Ham House, The Servants’ Supper will involve an exceptional mix of design, food and entertainment.
Guests will be welcomed with a drink in the cavernous basements of this grand riverside house. When the Countess isn’t looking they will be offered a sneaky tour of the house before being led to the Orangery where the gardeners of Ham House will be hosting a fine dining, five-course servant supper.
Moro-trained Chef, Ellen Parr, will present a creative menu inspired by ‘peasant food’ but with touches of finery from the high table.
Different every time
This is the third National Trust pop-up in a series brought to you by The Art of Dining and The London Project this year. In May, Rainham Hall hosted Trade Secrets in The Merchant’s House; in the heat of July, A Night with the Mistress charmed guests in a magical garden setting at Fenton House in Hampstead.
Soupa au Pistou, (vegetable soup with pounded herbs)
Farinata Ligure, (Chickpea pancake with stracchino cheese, fennel and homemade sausage)
Yum Pla Dook Foo, (Crispy fish salad with green mango and mint)
Koshary (Egyptain street food) with Moroccan chicken
Treats from the top table