Claude's Kitchen opens in Parson's Green

01 March 2013 by
Claude's Kitchen opens in Parson's Green

Claude Compton, founder of street food company Green Goat Food, has launched his first solo restaurant at Champagne bar Amuse Bouche in south London.

Compton, who previously worked in the kitchens of Michelin-starred restaurants Petersham Nurseries and Club Gascon, opened the 40-seat dining Claude's Kitchen in Parson's Green this week.

Located above Amuse Bouche, the restaurant offers a short, weekly-changing menu of seasonal ingredients, with a focus on sustainable sources.

Dishes include wood pigeon, caramelised chicory, baby plum tomatoes, thyme and lavender; megrim sole, shaved sprouts, lambs lettuce, vanilla and mint butter; and bitter chocolate parfait, boozy figs, parsnip and white chocolate emulsion with a beetroot crisp.

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