In honour of the start of the grouse season on 12th August The Shed will team up with The London Shooting Club to host an evening of glorious grouse.
The London Shooting Club will bring the first grouse of the season down from the Yorkshire moors on 12th August straight into The Shed’s kitchen. Due to many shoots distance from London, is very difficult to ensure that grouse arrives in London restaurants actually on the 12th August so guests are in for a real treat. On arrival, they will a selection of delicious mouthfuls including the rabbit cutlet, pigeon dipper and mushroom marmite. Visitors will be invited to listen to an introduction and explanation about shooting grouse by London Shooting Club co-founder, Steve Jones, followed by a sumptuous three-course meal.
The mouthwatering menu will feature all things game, with dishes such as pigeon dippers, venison cigars and, of course, the glorious roasted grouse. If guests are still ‘game’ they can then choose from three signature Shed desserts on offer including, the wild plum with spelt barley, golden syrup sponge and crème fraîche. As diners finish their meals, recipes cards will be handed out showing how to cook the most glorious of grouse – the perfect treat to take home.
Yet another fantastic Saturday Hoe Down has passed featuring the brilliant John Bull and the Bandits. The three-piece band played a selection of blues, covers, and foot stomping country and western.
The restaurant was in full swing serving our signature Sunshine Mary’s, which are made with Isle of Wight golden tomato juice as well as the ever popular Strawberry Bellini’s. Coupled with some great Shed dishes there couldn’t have been a better place to enjoy a sunny Saturday afternoon.
Do not fret if you missed Hoe Down this time! John Bull and the Bandits will be returning for the next two Saturdays on the 26th and the 2nd.
We are now offering our butcher’s table for groups of 10 or more with a reduced set menu price of only £25 per head. The Shed will be the best place in London to enjoy a few of our daily looseners, with some delicious Sussex produce and of course some foot stomping live music. So get a group of your mates together and come on down to The Shed this weekend!
If you want to find out more call us at 0207 229 4024 or email us email@example.com.
We are thrilled to announce that our ever-popular Nutty Brut has been awarded a Gold Medal by the IWSC. The delicious sparkling wine is hand made by the Gladwin Family at our vineyard in Nutbourne with a blend of Pinot Noir, Reichensteiner and Chardonnay. See the great tasting notes from the IWSC below:
“Pale golden bronze colour with good bubbles. The nose is evocative of walking through an English orchard – apples, pears, peaches and flowers. The palate is more profound, with delicious pastry and brioche notes, excellent acidic bite and autolytic characters. The finish is again late summer in England. A superb wine with a world class style.”
Enjoy a glass of Nutty on our Terrace to celebrate!
On a beautiful summers morning the residents of Palace Gardens Terrace where shocked to find something rather peculiar going on outside The Shed! The Queens own Blues and Royals cavalry where treated to delicious brunch with home cured bacon and rocket rolls, elderflower lemonade, and a small nip of Kingston Cider Brandy to get them on there way!
It wasn’t just the cavalrymen who enjoyed a good feed. The horses where also treated to some heritage carrots courtesy of Oliver Gladwin himself!
So next time you’re enjoying a ride in Notting Hill bring along your steed and we can treat them to the same service!
Celebrate the start of the weekend with a HoeDown at The Shed every Saturday brunch throughout the summer! They’ll be live music, fantastic cocktails, delicious brunch, alongside our small plates of sussex delight! So come on down, stamp your feet, and enjoy the summer every Saturday at The Shed.
Celebrate the longest day of the year and official start to the summer with Afternoon Delight’s Summer Solstice Terrace party. On Saturday 21st June, a secret west London rooftop will be turned into a mini Stonehenge festival complete with stretch tent.
The Shed will dishing out drool-inducing BBQ grub with drinks fresher than Kanye’s kicks from the Stone Circle Cocktail Club. Put some hairs on your chest at the Hail to the Ale bar with a selection of craft beers from the Three Leg and Nene Valley breweries and create a look that would put Elton John to shame at the Pimp My Shades stall. As day turns to night, watch the sun set over the west with pagan rituals, DJs, and lots of man fire.
This is a limited capacity venue and there will be no tickets on the door so if you want to come, we’d advise you to book ahead. CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS
NB Ticket holders will be emailed the day before the event with the venue address.
The Shed is currently looking for a number of sous chefs to play a key role in our upcoming expansion. Candidates will require previous fine dinning experience as well as an enthusiastic, creative, hands on approach. Working with executive chef, Oliver Gladwin, the kitchen will be creating a seasonally changing British menu, using produce sourced from the Gladwins own farm in West Sussex. Successful candidates can expect to develop a huge array of skills including butchery, foraging, and curing, while helping to create an ever-expanding repertoire of delicious dishes.
If you feel that you are a suitable candidate and are interested in getting involved, please email us your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
P.S. Country bumpkins or city slickers welcome – as long as you’re experienced, friendly and hard working!
Its been a long old winter for poor old Bob, stuck in a barn all alone. Today was the day he was finally released and boy was he happy! Watch out heifers, bobs back in town!
On Saturday 24th May The Shed will be celebrating British spring coming to climax with a menu dedicated to this fabulous time of year. Dinners can enjoy their favourite spring flavours including asparagus, radishes, spring lamb, rabbit, rhubarb, elderflower and wild garlic, to kick off the bank holiday.
Oliver Gladwin, The Shed’s co-owner and executive chef will be foraging a selection of wild British ingredients to complement each dish. This will include beautiful wild garlic flowers, lesser celandine, early season elderflower and wild mustard. These will all be served alongside produced sourced from their own farm in Nutbourne, West Sussex.
Oliver foraging wild garlic flowers
Each dinner will enjoy a complementary spring consommé with a wild garlic spiced cracker when they are seated. The bar will be serving a selection of British cocktails including homemade pink rhubarb lemonade, Bellini’s, Bloody Marys, and an all British Negroni. The menu will feature seasonal dishes such as smoked wood pigeon with asparagus, grilled spring onions with butter beans and truffle, and a rhubarb and lemon curd fool.
Spring Tomato Consomme
At The Shed we talk about Nutbourne a lot. It’s where our younger brother lovingly rears all our livestock. It’s also the home of Nutbourne Vineyards, where we produce our award winning wines. And lets not forget Mums delicious feta and soft cheeses! Now you have the chance to see Nutbourne for yourself at the upcoming event Jazz in the Vines!
Following the success of two great days at the vineyard last summer the event returns on two bank holiday Mondays this summer. A celebration of English Wine, wonderful music, along with delicious Sussex food catered by The Shed restaurant!
The event is held on the 26th of May and the 25th of August. Visit the Nutbourne Vineyard website for more information.