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Embers begins three month residency at Renegade winery

Embers runs for the rest of August through to October at Renegade Urban Winery in Walthamstow and it offers signature dishes with bold flavour combinations

Credit: Embers London

A chef with experience working in a Michelin starred restaurant has begun a three month food residency at Renegade winery in Walthamstow.

Called Embers, the food residency is a project by long-term friends Graham Lewis and Ernesto Gabriel. Embers was inspired by Ernesto’s culinary adventures through Asia and the Americas, and by his experience working in top-rated restaurants.

Embers’ food offering is built around shared plates. Every Wednesday during the residency, foodies will get the chance to choose a plate accompanied by side or bite with a glass of wine for £25.

Eaters can opt from a varied menu selection that ranges from BBQ’d octopus with nectarine chutney, chilli & basil or flame grilled crumpet with braised leeks, wild mushrooms & stichelton, or a plate of lemon sole, grilled fennel, with mussel sauce.

Those with a taste for red meat can opt for pork chop with white cabbage and grilled apricot, or if meat isn’t to your taste, Embers offers coal-roasted Jersey Royals, miso & chives. Desserts include sour cream sponge, raspberry compote, orange curd & mint and chocolate mousse, with toasted black pepper marshmallow & blackcurrant.

The residency will be starting August 4th and ending in October and is open from 5pm to 10pm every Wednesday to Friday, and from 12pm to 10pm on Saturdays.

You can learn more about Embers at their website