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Stop Press: Galvin HOP Hosts Reggae Evening

Tonight, 14th September, for one night only, the Michelin-starred Galvin Brothers and the UK’s favourite Maître d’, Fred Sirieix (Channel 4’s First Dates), are hosting an evening of cool reggae tunes, entertainment, and delicious fusion food at Galvin HOP in Spitalfields.

Galvin HOP will be serving a Jamaican menu with Italian and French influences including dishes such as Negril Beach spicy vegetable lasagne, French fries ‘poutine’, fried plantains (SEEN’s favourite!) and Appleton rum and raisin ice cream.

Ackee and Saltfish Dumplings
Black River hot pepper shrimp
Montego jerk chicken wings

The occasion, dubbed Rasta Pasta and French Fries, plays on the popular social media hashtag #RastaPasta.

The cocktails sound delicious: Pink Bikini – Cherry, passion fruit, vanilla, and pineapple or a Spanish Town – Cointreau, and orgeat syrup to name but two.

Not only will guests get to tap their feet to the sound of reggae whilst savouring unique dishes, diners will also be treated to a stand-up appearance by popular comedian White Yardie.

www.galvinrestaurants.com

Galvin HOP: A Pub Deluxe
35 Spital Square
London
E1 6DY

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