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Invoke Chaucer at the Perkin Reveller

Posted at 12:00 pm, January 18, 2013 in Food & Drink

Familiar with your Chaucer? Perkin Reveller was the name of a jovial cook’s apprentice who appeared in The Canterbury Tales, and thus is a fitting moniker for a new restaurant at the Tower of London Wharf, the construction of which Geoffrey C was involved with back in the 14th century. Forget medieval feasting, though: the menu at this bright, white-walled space is a seasonal mix of classic British and Mod Euro dishes. Think venison ‘cottage pie’, chunky Cornish fish stew and vanilla cheesecake with berry sorbet. Revel away.

For info, see perkinreveller.co.uk.

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