Food with Roots

Saturday to:
17 Aug
18 Aug


99 Boulcott St, Wellington

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Running Time: 12:00pm-4:00pm


99 Boulcott St, Wellington

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Not content with his dual degrees in business and sports management, Edouardo Jordan decided to enrol in culinary school which then led to him working in renowned restaurants such as The French Laundry and Per Se. He now has two restaurants in Seattle, each with their own set of accolades, including Food & Wine Magazine Best New Chef and Eater Best New Restaurant in 2016 for Salare, and the prestigious 2018 James Beard Award for Best Chef Northwest and Best New Restaurant for JuneBaby. Edouardo’s food covers everything from French and Italian cuisine, to ancient grains and his highly personal and educational Southern cuisine. 

Edouardo joins Boulcott Street Bistro for this collaboration. Kick your day off with ‘Moonshine Time’ as you arrive with drinks and finger food from Edouardo’s Lucinda Grain Bar. Enjoy a shared four-course meal, celebrating and exploring chef Edouardo’s African American and chef Rex’s Māori cultural heritage, with dishes inspired by each. As the meal progresses the lines blur and you’ll find a delicious fusion of the two.

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