To celebrate Salon’s 5th birthday, Chef Founder Nicholas Balfe welcomes five of London’s hottest chefs and closest friends to their Brixton kitchen to create a one-off celebratory feast on Sunday 28th January. The stellar line-up sees Lee Tiernan from Black Axe Mangal, Josh Katz of Berber & Q, John Chantarasak from som saa, Silo’s Dougie McMaster, and pudding queen, Rav Gill from Llewelyns, each serving up a course in homage to Salon’s seasonal cooking, whilst putting their signature spin on it.
On arrival, award-winning bartender, Mr Lyan will be on the shaker, kicking off proceedings with a celebratory cocktail of ‘Salon 75’ made with Colombo gin, red ‘British citrus’, butter and Crémant, garnished with a slice of fresh fennel. Resident Chef Nicholas Balfe then takes to the pass with snacks of January king cabbage taco with beef short rib, buttermilk & kraut; a celeriac skewer with blood orange & fermented chilli dip, and pheasant popcorn with sea buckthorn ketchup. Next, Lee Tiernan steps up to the plate with sweet and savoury doughnuts, flavoured with Szechuan spices, followed by John Chantarasak of som saa who will be dishing up crispy fermented pork belly, granny smith and sour leaf salad with sea buckthorn and orange chilli dressing. Douglas McMaster will be preparing one of his signature plant-based dishes, followed by Josh Katz’s barbecue mallard with smoked carrot, orange and pistachio. Last but by no means least, Rav has created a pre-dessert of lemongrass and rhubarb and for that extra sugar injection, a chocolate and chestnut choux bun.
To see that no one goes thirsty, Matt Bushnell and Mark Gurney, co-directors of Salon, will be at hand to recommend interesting wines by the bottle including delicious volcanic whites from Tenerife and vibrant reds from Jura. For those who fancy a cocktail or two, guests can choose from their Negroni triptych or a Scot’s Pine infused martini, and other spirit based concoctions.
Nicholas says, “Five years feels like such a huge milestone. So much has changed at Salon in that time, let alone the restaurant scene as a whole. The fifth birthday marks an occasion where we can all celebrate the work we’ve put in, and give thanks to everyone – guests, colleagues, suppliers, peers and our friends and family, who’ve helped make it happen. What better way to do so than by inviting some of my talented chef friends for a big party at our place. We can’t wait!”
Tickets go live on Thursday 18th January @ 9am.
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Important: please read T&C below as tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable!
Tickets cost £50 per person and include a welcome drink. Wine, cocktails and discretionary service charge are charged separately and will be added to your bill.
There is one sharing table for 6 people in our downstairs bar which we have a group ticket for. This is purchased as a single group ticket. Please get in touch if you have any questions on this. We will consider a 5 too.
There are 3 x 2 people tables in our downstairs bar which also has a group ticket. This is purchased as a single group ticket. Please get in touch if you have any questions on this.
It’s a supper club format with sharing tables and some sharing dishes. If you have booked tickets individually, but are coming with friends, please let us know so we can sit you together.
Please arrive at 11.45pm for a 12.00pm start.
The lunch finishes at 2.30pm.
Let us know about any dietary requirements you have and we’ll do our best to accommodate them. We will call you to confirm your details the week before the event.
Please note, tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Please check you have booked the correct time - if you are in any doubt, please contact Billetto immediately. Salon cannot change your ticket once you've booked it.
Salon cannot take any responsibility for the resale of tickets after purchase. If you do successfully resell your ticket independently, please contact us so we can update the guest list.
Salon reserves the right to refuse entry to guests without the correct ticket.
Salon reserves the right to refuse entry to those who's names do not appear on tickets.