Wednesday, October 7, 2009

About Fernandez & Leluu

Love Leluu Boutique Owner, Uyen Luu – from Carnaby, London has teamed up with avid foodie, Simon Fernandez and opened up the doors to her home in Hackney to create a ‘pop – up” restaurant in her living room.

The Fernandez & Leluu Supper Club was launched on 3rd October with a nine course Italian menu, including Proscuitto Over Baked Figs With Goats Cheese, Argentianian Fillet of Beef Carpaccio, Apple & Prune Meatballs Cooked In Cider, Pea & Pesto Soup, serving up to 20 guests, donating a minimum of £30.


Through Twitter, Facebook & their blog, all book in advance by friends and friends of friends as well as Love Leluu customers from the famous little independent boutique that Uyen runs and designs for as part of her day job. Simon is a freelance software developer. Neither have had any professional chef or hosting experience. Their passion comes though experimenting with food, varying menus and feeding close friends.

Uyen and Simon’s love of food and travel reflects the fact that every week a different menu will be on offer. From Uyen’s native Vietnamese to Simon’s Spanish Tapas, all home cooked and prepared with a twist of their own on offering to anyone who loves to have an evening spent with good company and delightful food.



Guests are welcomed with cocktails as they enter their setting and seated among a collection of vintage and modern crockery and furniture. As well as being welcomed to hang out in the kitchen, guests explore old celluloid cameras, darkroom equipment and the 16mm film edit machine, graffiti the bathroom mirror or sit on the garden sofas exploring its toys, potted plants and making friends with all the other guests.

A unique and intimate dining experience is happening at Fernandez & Leluu – its like being at someone’s house party. You bring your own wine and you eat what is given to you - but you eat well – like in a good restaurant.

Bookings can be made via email fernandezandleluu@gmail.com

Once confirmed, diners are sent an address and a time in which they should turn up and expect to leave happy and full bellied.

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