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Following a sold out month long pop-up in Camberwell, LURY has found a new temporary home at Poached cafe in East Dulwich for February 2024. We'll be offering a 10 course tasting menu using the season's best produce, with classical techniques and a Sri Lankan influence. We're open for 2 sittings a night on Fridays and Saturdays.

Expect dishes such as grilled langoustine with a mango and turmeric gel, roasted mushroom puree and winter cabbage and coconut; Turmeric gnocchi with red onion, crispy shallots, chive oil and pickled mustard seeds; caramelised white chocolate and bay leaf mousse with coffee marshmallow and pickled plums.

You can find out more and book at www.jacklury.com



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LURY is a Sri Lankan inspired pop-up restaurant open throughout February in East Dulwich. We're entering our 3rd week and most remaining dates are now sold out however we still have some availability on Friday 23rd February. Tickets can be booked at http://jacklury.com/new-products-1 .
We'll be serving a 10 course tasting menu featuring dishes like turmeric gnocchi with red onion puree, chive oil and crispy shallots; and roasted venison loin, aubergine jam, artichoke puree, delica pumpkin and confit garlic sauce.
Any questions feel free to drop us a message at [email protected]


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