Habitat X Social Pantry

Posted on 25 November 2016

Habitat recently teamed up with Social Pantry to allow its guests to step into the wilderness and dine in the unique surroundings of their Kings Road store. With a delicious menu set, new tastes to discover and an exciting collection of drinks to sample, I was thrilled to have the opportunity to come along and experience the event and sample the menu for myself. Wherever you turn at the moment, pop up restaurants, brunch and supper clubs appear to be thriving. Specialist foods, striking themes and surreal experiences are all on the menu for us to try however, there are very few companies and events that stand out in the way that Social Pantry does. 

Table setting for Social Pantry at Habitat Kings Road Plants from the Plant Lab London on display at Social Pantry HabitatSucculent cacti plant in concrete pot at Social Pantry Habitat

Taking over the Platform, a fantastic events space located in the Habitat King's Road store, Social Pantry transformed the space into a wilderness of woodland plants and fresh foods for the duration of two days. Guests had the opportunity to either dine in the warming candle light of the evening or the fresh buzz of an Autumnal morning for brunch the following day. During the evening event, live interactive art was created as guests dined under the eclectic mix of foliage, weaving its way around the room. 

Social Pantry at Habitat Kings RoadSocial Pantry Menu Habitat kings Road

Guests of the evening event enjoyed a celeriac soup shot with truffle oil, sweet potato gnocchi with basil & sage pesto, lovage salad and dried swiss chard crisp, followed by pan seared bream with olive oil mash, green beans, tonnato, roasted tomatoes and gremalata. The three sharing salads consisted of honey'd buttenut squash, feta, toasted walnuts and rocket, salt roasted beetroot, caramelised red onion and goats cheese and finally mixed salad leaf with roasted cherry tomatoes. To finish off the meal, guests were treated to warm cinnamon doughnuts with toffee apple and a chocolate mint shot. During the Autumnal brunch the following day, guests were treated to another exciting menu, featured in the image directly above with the courses photographed below. 

Bloody Mary at Social Pantry HabitatSmashed Avacado on Sweet Potato with Feta and Edible flowers at Social Pantry Courgette, Spinach and Corn Fritter with Slow Roasted Tomatoes at Social PantrySlow Roasted Pulled Pork and Brioche Slider with Fried Egg at Social Pantry

The only way to start off a brunch is by enjoying a bloody mary and these shot glass sized drinks most certainly went down a treat. Once the morning drinks were finished, food was served as a delicious trio: Slow roasted pulled pork and brioche slider with fried egg, accompnied by a courgette, spinach and corn fritter with slow roasted tomatoes and a smashed avocado on sweet potato with feta and edible flowers. Each cooked to perfection, I can honestly say that I enjoyed every single piece, All three entirely different tastes, contrasting yet complimenting one another to create delicious brunch, full of flavour. 

Toasted Banana Bread with Espresso Butter at Social Pantry Almond Pancaked with Walnuts at Social PantryDark Chocolate and Quinoa Breakfast Bar at Social Pantry

The sweet sharing stacks were not only a treat to the tastebuds, they were a treat for the eyes too. In keeping with the contrasting tastes, there were three very different deserts, ensuring there was a personal favourite for everyone. Almond pancakes with walnuts and berries sat alongside stacks of dark chocolate and quinoa breakfast bars, each decorated with an edible flower. Completing the trio was the toasted banana bread with espresso butter, lining the tables for diners to feast in. Having a huge weakness for chocolate, my favourite had to be the quinoa breakfast bars, a very rich and filling treat to sign off a delicious brunch.

into the wilderness at social pantry Habitat

With a unique mix of entertainment, beautiful displays and an exciting menu to explore, the Habitat and Social pantry brunch is one that I would love to try again, even the scary thought of drinking a charcoal smoothie (which ended up tasting fantastic!) The brand have not only brought fresh seasonal food and drink to the table, they have delivered an experience and service that goes beyond the reach of many other pop up restaurants, brunch and supper clubs. With a fascinating history and an inspirational outlook, I cannot wait to see what Social Pantry has to deliver next!

For further details, services and enquires, click to view the official Social Pantry website. For store information and to shop online, click to view the official Habitat website. 




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