The leading food festival Omnivore sponsored by Badoit, evian is coming to London for the first time. From 10th – 13th September 2015 English chefs will meet world-class international chefs for mutual inspiration and collaboration while Londoners are invited to discover their young and contemporary cuisine. Already confirmed are London based James Lowe and Amandine Chaignot as well as the international Gregory Marchand (Frenchie, Paris), Franck Baranger (Caillebotte, Paris) and Pierre Sang Boyer (Pierre Sang in Oberkampf) on the ‘chef stage’, with a myriad of rising stars of mixology on the ‘liquid stage’.
Acting as a culinary hub Omnivore will bring together 16 master chefs from England and across the globe to share culinary inspirations and experiment with innovative techniques in London’s East End. On top of that there’ll be dinners across the area for discoveries and the pleasures of contemporary cuisine. Taking place at The Old Truman Brewery in Shoreditch and the Amazing Dinners at Lyle’s the festival expects to attract 4000 attendees over four days.
Born in France in 2003, Omnivore started to tour around the world in 2012 becoming the only travelling culinary festival in the world. This year the world tour will stop by in six other prestigious cities: Paris, Moscow, Shanghai, Montreal, Istanbul and New York.
Over two days 24 award-winning bartenders and chefs from the globe will show their culinary secrets and techniques ton stage at the Truman Brewery. Already confirmed are:
Alexandre Gauthier (La Grenouillère), Gregory Marchand (Frenchie), Julien Burlat (Dôme), Jocelyn Herland (The Dorchester), Franck Baranger (Caillebotte), Fergus Henderson (St John’s Bread and Wine), Edouard Bobin (Caillebotte), Monica Berg (Himlok), Pierre Sang Boyer (Pierre Sang in Oberkampf), Stéphanie Labelle (Pâtisserie Rhubarbe), Giorgio Ravelli (Brooksby’s Walk), Eric Sendra (Partner’s Armagnacs Premium), Nathan Oneill (Dandelyan), Alex Kratena & Wesley Pickering (Artesian & Inkorporate), Amandine Chaignot (Rosewood Hotels and Resorts), Ed Wilson (Brawn), Paul Young (Paul A Young Fine Chocolate) and James Lowe (Lyle’s).
Tickets available from www.omnivore.com/london.
London’s local chefs are inviting international chefs to their restaurants to create an exclusive dining experience and exceptional meals. These dinners will include world renowned chef’s teaming up to create unique dining experiences, for example Gregory Marchand from Frenchie (Paris) will partner up with James Lowe at Lyle’s.
For amazing Dinner reservations, please see below.
Friday September 11th:
Gregory Marchand (Frenchie, Paris) & James Lowe (Lyle’s, London) @ Lyle’s
Londoners can attend an exceptional one-off pop-up dinner organized and produced by Omnivore local and international chefs collaborating to present a four course meal at The Proud Archivist.
Thursday September 10th:
Giorgio Ravelli + Franck Baranger (chef) and Edouard Bobin (Caillebotte, Pantruche, Paris) @The Proud Archivist
Limited tickets available via the booking page on www.omnivore.com/london
Omnivorious Party by Badoit
For an evening Omnivore bring together 15 local and international chefs for food lovers and culinary artisans for a bite, drink and dance.
More details to be released shortly.
Limited tickets available via Billetto at www.omnivore.com/london