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On Sunday 27 September, in celebration of British Food Fortnight (19 September - 4 October), The Restaurant at St Paul’s Cathedral is encouraging green-fingered diners to harvest their finest
home-grown crops in exchange for a free Sunday lunch.
Whether it is an allotment potato, a garden bean or a window box berry, simply fill a shoebox with some home-grown goodness and head to London’s landmark Cathedral. In return for your harvest, The
Restaurant at St Paul’s will offer a complimentary traditional Sunday roast, courtesy of head chef Candice Webber. Produce exchanged will then be used in the restaurant’s kitchen with outstanding
offerings highlighted on the following week’s menu alongside special thanks to the grower.
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