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Devised by four enterprising cousins from the immersive dining and events group Shuttlecock Inc, Carousel is hard to pin down as a restaurant experience. It’s not a pop-up and it’s not a supper club; instead, it hosts short-term residencies from some of the world’s top gastronomic players, although you may not be familiar with names such as Nancy Singleton Hachisu, King Kong Lady or Alex McCoy. Luckily Carousel’s home team is also there to offer more approachable lunches along the lines of rich agnolotti with caramelized onion sauce, baked whole celeriac in sourdough or mussels with slivers of rhubarb and chilli. The restaurant is just one part of a sprawling creative hub that also features yoga classes, live music, film screenings, exhibitions and even a bit of opera.



Address: 71 Blandford St
Transport: Tube: Baker Street, Bond Street
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For an expertly curated and ever-changing line up off the most exciting chefs from around the world, look no further than Carousel. Its relaxed and intimate restaurant space hosts chefs from South America to Australia and all the way back again. Recent stand out chefs include the 'Vegetable Whisperer' Toshio Tanahashi with his buddhist vegan cuisine and Stockholm heavy weight Carl Ishizaki from the restaurant Sushi Sho. Its well worth signing up to the newsletter to keep tabs on the changing line-up and see if your favourite cuisine will be featured in the coming months. I most recently sampled the precision cooked food from Restaurant C which included a delicious cured mackerel dish and just about the most tender lamb dish I've tried. Cannot wait to see their next line-ups.

On a side note, I also attended a workshop held in the Carousel event spaces the other week where I made my very own terrarium! It's such a fun morning and it looks great now on my coffee table :)

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Carousel is, quite literally, a moving feast - the ever changing line-up of hand-picked chefs means that it'll be totally different each time you go back.  I have experienced both Javier Rodriguez's Argentinean delights, and Tom Ryalls' 'The Hunger Gap' - both have been excellent, with beautiful presentation, novel ingredient combinations and all set in a beautiful industrial interior.  

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