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Tonight! Summer Feast at Tratra: the Grand Aïoli

SEEN hears that tonight, Thursday 27th July from 6.30pm, French chef and cookery writer Stéphane Reynaud will be hosting a very special summer feast at Tratra, his recently launched restaurant at Boundary in Shoreditch.

The evening will kick off with cocktails and hor d’euvres in the wine bar, followed by charcuterie and the main event – the grand aïoli – a traditional southern French dish of fish, seasonal vegetables with a delicious garlicky aïoli to dip. No feast would be complete without cheese or dessert, which will also be served. Enjoy these delights with a glass of crisp, refreshing wine from our extensive list of French wines.

Tickets are priced at £45, to find out more and to book please email, or call 0207 729 1051. Bon appétit!

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Tratra
Boundary Hotel (Entrance in Redchurch Street)
2-4 Boundary Street
Shoreditch
London
E2 7DD

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