Thanks to our suppliers, The Black Pig Chiltern Hills, Bosley Patch, Tonder & Tonder, Lettuce Flowers, Lovibonds Brewery, Vagabond Wines and more.
“BISTRO LQ is the restaurant of my dreams, a place for the adventurous food-lover who appreciates small details, world-fusion food with big flavours, and a chef with a passion for creating masterpieces”
– Huffington Post
Tickets now on sale and selling FAST, grab yours here:
We’re extremely excited to announce that for eight days only we’ll be bringing one of the most exciting pop-up chefs in the world to London for the first time.
And we’re back.. after another sell out success in London last month we’re going out of town, this time to beautiful Henley-On-Thames.
We’re taking over the stunning glass fronted riverside rooms at the River and Rowing Museum. A stone’s throw from the train station this David Chipperfield designed building is one of the most prestigious pieces of British architecture of recent years and it is our privilege to be hosting the first pop-up dining event there.
Tickets for five delicious courses of late summer cooking, using the best of Oxfordshire and Berkshire’s produce are only £48. As always our chef team is lead by Ramael Scully, one of the executive chef’s for the Ottolenghi group. Head chef will be Chris Lyon who made his Chateau debut last month in London, delivering one of the best menus we’ve seen to date.
Wine pairings will be chosen in partnership with ex-Decanter editor Rosalind Cooper and we’ll have a selection of cocktails, craft beers, soft drinks and of course, the Chateau M Cheese cart.
Tickets are available now on a 50% deposit basis from the following links, any questions drop us a line on eat @ chateaumarmot.co.uk.
We’re back in London, this time in an intimate little space in N1, walking distance from Old St tube with good buses etc as well. Very limited capacity, this is an intimate affair so book early to avoid disappointment.. Read on for info and tickets…
A great event in York on Saturday, we took over The Priory Street building, a lovely old school house in the centre of York. It was our biggest ever dinner service and we couldn’t be more pleased with how it all went. Thanks to everyone who has emailed and tweeted in to say they enjoyed it, we love to hear from you.
Here are some pictures from the day, read on for more info on art, wine, cheese etc..
We’re extremely pleased to be back in York where it all started, at an excellent new venue, we’ve shifted things around slightly so we’re only there for one day but its a bit bigger so we can fit more people in. That also means only one sitting at lunch and one at dinner so plenty of time to relax and enjoy the full experience.
We’ve got a new team of chefs lead by Ramael Scully from Ottolenghi’s soho flagship fine dining restaurant Nopi (Read more HERE), a new drinks list sourced by us through lots and lots of research and all kinds of other good stuff.
Hope to see you there, tickets on sale now from HERE.
After a critically successful and sold-out series of dates in the UK, Chateau Marmot has joined forces with Storm in a Teacup for a two-day culinary extravaganza.
Having rattled the pans at London’s Ottolenghi and Sydney’s Sepia, the Chateau’s rising star, Australian chef Miles Dupree and his hand picked brigade will serve up their stunning fresh, seasonal and local focused tasting menu for one relaxed evening sitting per day.
Dinner guests will dine on a five-course degustation menu for only $60. Reasonably priced matched wine and tea flights will also be available, chosen by the Chateau’s wine expert ex-Decantor editor and author Rosalind Cooper and Storm’s Hannah Dupree. The legendary Chateau M cheese cart will also make it’s first international appearance, packed with incredible local cheeses from Victoria and beyond.
After our summer series of sell out restaurants in Yorkshire, The Marmot is coming to London! Four and six course menus created by our chef Miles Dupree, taking a break from his regular job at Ottolenghi (read more HERE) and his handpicked team featuring some of London’s best new chefs.
Two sittings, ONE DAY ONLY at a secret location with great transport links in SE1: