|We were delighted when Patrick Campbell of pop-up restaurant The Dressing Room asked if they could use our British-grown pulses and quinoa. This is the amazing salad they created with our British Quinoa.|
Photograph: Elliot Shepherd
To describe The Dressing Room as a restaurant specialising in salad would be to seriously under-sell the amazing food they create and serve in quirky East London venues – here’s what they say about themselves:
A tasty rebuttal to the idea that salads are solely for the health conscious, The Dressing Room serves filling and delicious dishes full of inventive textures, with an emphasis on the dressing. The clue is in the name. Everything comes with DIY dressings for the diner to complete the dish themselves.
The Dressing Room’s seasonal menu is an inspired twist on Salmagundi, a hearty, 17th century English dish of meats, seafood, vegetables, leaves, fruits, nuts, flowers and dressings.
The Dressing Room’s recipes are created by Tom Sarafian, then a resident chef at Moro, Exmouth Market by Moro. With previous stints at the Michelin starred restaurants St John and Petersham Nurseries, Tom is committed to fresh and contemporary dishes that give a playful nod to the past.
Here’s what Tom did with our Essex quinoa – it’s delicious!
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