We’ve teamed up with Marcin Kotwicki again for this event. Marcin is a man of many trades; barista champion, established Sommelier, food aficionado, restaurant owner and chef. Marcin is crazy about food and wine and will be bringing his unique training and Polish food Heritage to our guests. He has customized a 5-course tasting menu and Tomasz Szczepanski (2nd best Sommelier in Ireland) has picked the wines to complement these dishes.
Menu for the Night
Chicken & Beef Consome with polish laid-down noodles paired with Callejula Amontillado, Sherry, Spain NV
Dried wild mushrooms Barley Groats paired with Tenuta Cocci Grifoni, Offida Pecorino DOCG, Marche, Italy 2015
Wild boar Polish dumplings, brown butter & caramelized onions paired with Aubert & Mathieu, Terrasses du Larzac, Languedoc-Roussillon, France 2016
White asparagus ice cream, nigella seeds & kajmak paired with Zantho, Eiswein Gruner Veltliner, Burgenland, Austria 2016
Prune soaked in „śliwowica” (plum vodka) with Smoked Yogurt or „Pumpernickel” rye, sourdough bread. Justino’s Fine Rich 5 years old reserve Madeira NV
Reserve your place here: https://www.thecorkscrew.ie/events/wine-dinners/october-17th-taste-of-poland.html?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Mid+Week+Meal+Ticket&utm_content=Mid+Week+Meal+Ticket+CID_e24a776665344ebe889026ad0413f64d&utm_source=Email+offers&utm_term=Ornellaia+dinner&fbclid=IwAR2W0oR9XPMrqPVZFsXsqWiiSguu6mv5l0a9tmhcaacpDHcPglMxkS_4L04
“Polish cuisine is the result a treasured lore of ancestral ingredients and has recently bloomed from virtual obscurity to one of the rising stars of the European scene. Its great advantage over long-time favorites like French or Italian fare is its range of unexpected tastes: the sharp pungency of mustard plants, the sparkle of fermentation, and umami galore.”
Those who know me, they can confirm that my polish nights are something, which is definitely worth to try out.
As a Polish who grow up in Poland and who finish Polish Catering School but who love to experimenting, I add to the traditional dishes a small twist.
If you would like to find out if Polish cuisine is something for you, grab your TICKET as soon as possible.
(As you see, there will be meat and most of the allergens, so please do not ask me for vegetarian/vegan or gluten-free option. I do all my preps myself. It cost me lots of planning and time. This is a Pop-Up dinner, not a regular restaurant. Sorry. )
Only 14 spots available.
And one more thing: 11 of November is a Polish Independence Day and Day of Saint Martin (my patron) 🙂