Shore for a Score
This £20, six course seafood pop-up by the expert Prawnography chefs was one of the best bargains summer had to offer.
Set upstairs in the private room at Portside Parlour; a fisherman styled (yes, that does exist) East London bar; we enjoyed course after course of delicious seafood.The candlelit, wooden square table fit only 16 guests, making it an intimate and friendly dining experience.
The Seafood macaroni was guilt-inducingly creamy, the Rye Crab fries were addictively salty and the Scallop gratin disappeared all too quickly. All were beautifully presented on slate tiles, in mini buckets with spades, and one course was served in a giant sea-shell itself. The attention to detail carried through to the drinks; cocktails arrived in vintage glasses and even the tap water was poured from an art-deco style cut glass bottle.