Jimmy Garcia to open the BBQ Club on London's Southbank

11 April 2017 by
Jimmy Garcia to open the BBQ Club on London's Southbank

Jimmy Garcia is to open the BBQ Club on London's Southbank in May.

The restaurant will include a walk-up BBQ Bar showcasing gourmet dishes straight from the grill, while the second floor will give diners a BBQ Club rooftop dining experience, serving an ever-evolving six course tasting menu.

The BBQ Bar menu will range from hand-dived Dorset scallops and locally foraged sorrel to artisan chorizos imported directly from Garcia's Dad's hometown of Asturias, Spain. The dishes will be all priced £10 and under.

The six course BBQ Club tasting menu (£45) will encourage guests to baste and grill dishes alongside their chef on their own BBQ built into the table. The menu includes: ‘the Queenie Flower', a hand-dived Dorset scallop served with coal-baked cauliflower, hazelnut crumb and pickled red onion petals or ‘Baa Baa Broccoli', a succulent lamb cutlet served with salsa verde, charred tenderstem broccoli and Sicilian anchovies.

In the evening, diners will be able to toast marshmallows at the table.

The five-month pop up follows a sell-out BBQ Club in 2016.

To reserve a table visit: www.thebbqclub.com

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