Michelin-starred restaurant's pop-up to star at Down Hall concerts
A restaurant by London's Michelin-starred Pied à Terre will pop up during the James Morrison and Jools Holland concert weekend at Hatfield Heath's Down Hall Hotel in June.
Cook Love is a casual offshoot of the acclaimed modern French eatery. Having been launched only in February at London street food market Dinerama, this will be the restaurant's first pop-up outside of the capital.
Uniquely, components of dishes will be cooked in an oil-drum barbecue to create a smooth and smoky flavour.
Guests can feast on the likes of barbecue lamb cutlets with tzatziki (£10), scallop ceviche (£8), and Cacio e Pepe: spaghetti with pecorino cheese and cracked black pepper (£5).
Cook Love is one of a line-up of luxury exhibitors set to wow concert-goers at the weekend of music, which will feature Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra perform on Saturday, June 15 and Brit Award winner and chart-topper James Morrison take the stage on Sunday the 16th (Father's Day), supported by Bishop's Stortford singer-songwriter and Indie music correspondent Tom Ryder.
Other attractions at the country house hotel include a bar dispensing the likes of Champagne Devaux, Aviation Gin and Pimm's, alongside cold beers on tap.
There will be sweet treats from Down Hall's partners Gü Puds from Bishop's Stortford and the award-winning Rossi Ice Cream, created by the father of Status Quo legend Francis Rossi.
Eden Spa Therapy Tent will provide express treatments throughout the weekend.
Tickets are available to purchase at https://liveatdownhall.co.uk/tickets/