Quo Vadis is delighted to announce the line-up for part one of the Quo Vadis & Friends: 2024 series.

The series, now in its eighth year, sees Chef Proprietor Jeremy Lee MBE invite his friends from some of the most exciting kitchens in London, and further afield, to come and cook for Quo Vadis’ members and non-members alike.

In the first half of this year, Quo Vadis will welcome a veritable who’s-who of culinary movers and shakers to join Jeremy and his kitchen brigade in Soho: Joe Woodhouse, Sami Tamimi, Ravinder Bhogal, and Hector Henderson will make their debuts with original feasts for the convivial, family-style suppers. The series will kick off with the return of FKABAM for an alternative Robert Burns night feast – alongside Quo Vadis’ very own Scottish bard, Jeremy. Following the sell-out success of last year’s dinner with Pamela Brunton of Inver, Loch Fyne, Quo Vadis will be hosting four guests from more distant pastures in 2024, all of whom have caught Jeremy’s eye on his travels.

Quo Vadis & Friends events are typically held in the 2nd floor Quo Vadis ‘Marx’ private dining room and across the connected Blue Room, with long, family-style dining tables. After dinner, all guests are welcome to move down into the QV Club for the evening to continue the fun.

Tickets for each subsequent supper will be released one month ahead of each date, with exclusive priority given to Quo Vadis members 72 hours ahead of general release date.

Quo Vadis & Friends is in partnership with Gin Mare, Journey’s End Vineyards and Everleaf.

The Quo Vadis & Friends 2024 Part 1 line-up is as below:

Tam O’ Shanter Night with FKABAM, Wednesday 31st January [SOLD OUT]

Lee Tiernan and the FKABAM team invade the QV kitchen once more, alongside the obligatory haggis, bagpiper and other joys. This year’s evening, dedicated to an alternative Robert Burns poem of Tam O’Shanter (on the 31st) rather than the usual Ode to Haggis, promises to be bigger and bolder.

Joe Woodhouse, Wednesday 21st February

Award-winning writer of Your Daily Veg and More Daily Veg, Joe Woodhouse is considered one of the best vegetarian chefs in the business.

Sami Tamimi, Wednesday 20th March

British Palestinian chef Sami Tamimi co-founded Ottolenghi, NOPI and ROVI (as well as multiple successful delis), and co-wrote Ottolenghi, Jerusalem and Falastin, securing numerous accolades along the way.

International Guest, April

In April, we will host the first of our four very special international guests of the year, to be announced shortly.

Ravinder Bhogal, Wednesday 22nd May

Inspired by her Indian and Kenyan heritage, as well as the UK’s diverse immigrant culture, Ravinder has become known for her food and recipe writing, with two best-selling cookbooks and monthly food columns in FT Weekend Magazine and Guardian Feast. Within 7 months of opening, her debut restaurant Jikoni was ranked 56th in the UK by the prestigious National Restaurant Awards, as well as a spot in the Michelin Guide.

Hector Henderson & Celeste Kennedy-Doig, Wednesday 5th June

Progeny of culinary royalty Fergus and Margot Henderson, Hector has proven that the apple hasn’t fallen fall from the tree, taking the reigns as Head Chef of the estimable Rochelle Canteen.

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