We are very excited to have Esnayder Cuartas (pictured) on board at La Clave Fest to create three special menus on three consecutive days, starting on Friday 16 June and going through to Sunday brunch on 18 June.
Cuartas is no ordinary chef. He's the food and drinks entrepreneur behind Sabor, a company that can cater and execute imaginative events with a Latin American flavour.
A Colombian with over 20 years in the hospitality business, Cuartas successfully ran a restaurant in Islington from 2004 to 2012 also called Sabor, which introduced his fusion cooking to a discerning audience.
The dining experience at La Clave, part of the Crouch End festival, will take place in Hornsey Town Hall's stunning committee room. With its long banquet hall spanning the breadth of the building and overlooking the square below, diners will be transported to 1940s Havana-Rio-Cartagena. The room will be given a lush tropical makeover, with live jazz and cocktails adding to the atmosphere.
These will be unique, don't-miss experiences. Get your tickets here.
Want to know more about our top chef at La Clave? Read the blog he wrote for Latinolife talking about his love of the plantain.