Eat organic in Kings Cross – Acorn House special taster menu

Soil_association We are in the middle of the Soil Association’s Organic Fortnight, which runs until 21st September – or so says their PR guff – there is something interesting happening in Kings Cross.  The superb Acorn House on Swinton Street is putting on a special menu:

‘As part of the fortnight, award-winning Waterhouse and Acorn House eco-friendly restaurants (in Shoreditch and Kings Cross respectively) are holding exclusive organic taster menus..On 15th September the multi award-winning Acorn House will feature a special five-course organic taster menu including soup, antipasti, main and dessert, matched with three selected organic and bio-dynamic wines.’

Acorn House has never failed to delight me, so get in if you can.

About William Perrin

Active in Kings Cross London and South Oxfordshire, founder of Talk About Local, helping people find a voice online and a trustee of The Indigo Trust , Good Things Foundation and ThreeSixtyGiving as well as Connect8.
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2 Responses to Eat organic in Kings Cross – Acorn House special taster menu

  1. Daniel says:

    Only points I have ab. Acorn hse are:

    1.) quite expensive
    2.) ecological? Being vegan myself the claims to ecological and ethical of Acorn Restaurant deserve at least to be questioned. Or at least perhaps it is ecological and ethical if you are a carnivore.
    3.) Still good to have a high class restaurant at Kings Cross, especially on my side.

  2. Sophie Talbot says:

    Acorn is too expensive for me, but… a little known factoid: Acorn is home to a kitchen garden installed by Global Generation, a local charity working with kids. If you do visit Acorn, ask to have a look at the garden, it’s well worth a quick view – it’s a real gem! Global Generation are supporting the work we are doing on the Wharfdale Road Greenwall project too. See for more information about this great local organistion and their Living Buildings Local Links project greening buildings all over King’s Cross. They are also hoping to team up with Copenhagen Youth Project on one or two projects…

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