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The British Game Alliance is celebrating its fourth annual Game Week and plenty of first-class establishments wanted in. All they had to do was create something new and exciting to showcase the best of British venison and feathered game. Here’s what they came up with.

Orrery

This elegant Marylebone restaurant usually focuses its menus on decadent French cuisine. For Game Week, Michelin-starred head chef Igor Tymchyshyn is offering a refined partridge dish accompanied by a mezze of seasonal vegetables, which you can even enjoy while taking the winter air on Orrery’s Provence terrace.
 
55 Marylebone High Street, Marylebone, W1U 5RB

Visit Orrery-Restaurant.co.uk

 

Roast Restaurant

Until the end of December, this acclaimed Borough Market restaurant is serving venison tartare, with hedgerow berries and foraged herbs. Follow up with a post-dinner ‘Mad Hatter’ cocktail overlooking the market in its festive finery.
 
The Floral Hall, Stoney Street, London Bridge, SE1 1TL

Visit Roast-Restaurant.com

The Game Bird at The Stafford London

Of course The Game Bird is celebrating Game Week. In fact, this self-proclaimed ‘theatre for the senses’ has a plethora of game-based flavour combinations to try: look out for its signature roast pigeon with braised leg ‘bullshot’ – or the whole stuffed partridge if you’re feeling peckish.
 
16-18 St James’s Place, St James’s, SW1A 1NJ

Visit TheStaffordLondon.com

 

Holborn Dining Room

Within the Rosewood Hotel, Holborn Dining Room is keeping things traditional. It has created a BGA game pie specifically for British Game Week – a good fit for its classical British menus that already feature a unique rabbit salami. Staying overnight? Then you can also switch out the pork chipolatas in your full English for pheasant fennel sausages.
 
252 High Holborn, Holborn, WC1V 7EN

Visit HolbornDiningRoom.com
 

Native

Native is flaunting the finest seasonal British game in combination with the best foraged ingredients. Ever-innovative founders Ivan and Imogen have put together a menu of outlandish gastronomical combinations including a wood pigeon kebab.
 
37 St Martin’s Court, Covent Garden, WC2N 4AL

Visit EatNative.co.uk

 

Rovi

Ottolenghi’s Fitzrovia restaurant, is serving BGA-assured dishes as part of the British Game Alliance “Eat Wild” campaign, with the highlight being the crispy mallard duck dish with rye pancakes and a beetroot and apple sauce.
 
59 Wells Street, Fitzrovia, W1A 3AE

Visit Ottolenghi.co.uk

Café Spice Namaste

East London has no shortage of great Indian restaurants, and Café Spice Namaste is right up there with the best of them. Chef Cyrus’s Game Week menu is a fusion of curried meat dishes, including a flavourful venison tikka. Game is regularly featured on the menu here – look out for grouse, pan-grilled and simmered in a spiced tomato sauce with apricots and figs.
 
16 Prescot Street, Tower Hill, E1 8AZ

Visit CafeSpice.co.uk

 

Petersham Nurseries

Petersham Cellar is putting on an entire evening dedicated to British game. At its heart is a five-course dinner, paired with a vintage wine list created specially by renowned sommelier Giovannni Mazzei. Expect classic game dishes such as red leg partridge served with a Chianti risotto, or roasted pheasant with chestnut purée.
 
27 King Street, Covent Garden, WC2E 8JD

Visit PetershamNurseries.com
 

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