06 Aug 2021
The Hunter’s Moon
A charming countryside pub and dining room in the heart of London, The Hunter’s Moon on Fulham Road is adding a roster of daily-changing specials centred around British game. Created by Owner Chef Director Oliver Marlowe, enjoy traditional roasted grouse with sautéed foie gras, game chips, puréed bread sauce and ‘Koffman’ cabbage with shallots, garlic bacon and white wine, whilst other plates might include a stunning game pithivier of pheasant, partridge and venison with celeriac purée, and a sharing venison shank with creamy white polenta, buttered squash, fresh corn and green beans.
Dayashankar Sharma, Chef Patron at newly opened Heritage Dulwich, is inspired by traditional recipes passed down through generations. Showcasing his signature modern twist on regional cuisine, Indian spices are cleverly balanced with modern techniques in the super seasonal venison badal jaam with grilled aubergine with a spiced tomato relish, cream cheese and yoghurt dressing (£9.95) – a gloriously rich dish which celebrates the British game season.
The Cinnamon Club
A long-time advocate of game cookery, acclaimed Chef Vivek Singh looks to the ancient hunting traditions of India’s history to shape his delicious game dishes each year. This August, The Cinnamon Club will be serving a special dish of delicately spiced clove smoked grouse breast, chickpea bread, hot-sweet pumpkin and game keema, served with creamy black lentils (£32, available from 16th August for three months). Marrying the flavours of the subcontinent with resolutely British game, celebrate the start of the glorious shooting season with perfectly spiced dishes that pack a punch at The Cinnamon Club.