We are delighted to host renowned famous food historian Dr Annie Gray for a culinary journey through the centuries of the Inn.
The evening promises to be a feast of innovative courses rooted in our history. Dr Gray’s specialist knowledge and passion for food history will provide a fascinating insight into the way dining has changed, not only in terms of ingredients, but also its social context and style of delivery. Her wealth of experience in understanding these traditions is invaluable to creating this intriguing dining experience.
Our incredible archivists have gone through our Black Books looking back to some of the oldest records of Inn dining, to gain a deeper insight into our traditions. These records have been the inspiration for our highly talented chefs to recreate a menu designed to captivate the essence of the Inn’s food and drink journey dating back to the early Tudor period.
Dr Gray’s knowledge in combination with our gifted chefs and detailed records from our Black Books, are the perfect ingredients to create an unforgettable dining experience.
“Cutlery will be provided for most courses.”
When: Tuesday 12 April 2022
Timings: 7.00pm for 7.30pm
Where: Great Hall, Lincoln’s Inn
Dress Code: Lounge Suits
Guests: Members can bring up to 3 guests
Cost: £91.00 per person
This is a onetime only event and it will be very popular. We recommend booking as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Bookings: Please book with the Member Events team by 4.00pm on Tuesday 5 April 2022.
N.B. This is not a qualifying session