Jude Kereama joins Woodfired Canteen on Friday to serve up Ben Quinn’s weekend menu of long table dining delights.
This is now SOLD OUT.
Jude Kereama is chef owner of the renowned Porthleven restaurant Kota (which means ‘shellfish’ in Maori) and Kota Kai. A stalwart of the Cornish food scene, Kota is set in a 300 year old building, right on the harbour front of the historic village of Porthleven. Jude draws on his half Maori, half Chinese Malay roots to work his culinary magic on the best local produce, with a signature Asian twist. He was a favourite on this year’s Great British Menu and was named ‘Chef of the Year’ in the 2019 Trencherman’s Guide Awards. Kota lists a whole host of accolades – 3 AA rosettes, a Michelin Bib Gourmand, ‘Restaurant of the Year’ in the Cornwall Life Food & Drink Awards and one of The Telegraph’s Top 50 Summer Restaurants in Britain.
Woodfired Canteen x Jude Kereama
Friday 13:00 | 19:00
Smoked mushrooms & seaweed salt
Smoked Cornish mackerel & cream cheese, dill & cucumber pickles with mustard seeds
Cured venison with violet mustard, buckwheat & nasturtium
Root vegetable butter with caramel dukka
Soft herb salad with fennel & lemon
Ben’s Smoked Chicken – sugar brined & salted, served with salsa verde resting juices
Slow roasted creamy white beans & peas with basil and Mothers Garden olive oil
Lettuce hearts with pink onions & Cornish Blue cheese, toasted breadcrumbs & roasted garlic
Salted cabbage & lime with parsley and coriander
Cornish clotted cream & honey, wood fire roast almonds with strawberries in cider
Menu subject to change
Vegetarian menu available on request, please ask on arrival.
Glass of bubbles on arrival and table wine included.
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