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Day of the Dead at Peyotito Notting Hill
October 20, 2017 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm UTC+0£50
For November 1st and 2nd, Peyotito Notting Hill will undergo a Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead) takeover to celebrate the Mexican festival on Thursday 2nd November. For those in the living, Peyotito will offer an exclusive set menu and an array of tantalising cocktails to ensure spirits are high this Dia de Muertos. There will be live music throughout the evening to create the ultimate Day of the Dead experience.
Executive Sous chef Adriana Cavita, has created an exclusive set menu to enjoy. The Day of the Dead menu starts from £50 per person for a starter, main and sides. For a further £30 per person guests can add a cocktail pairing menu. Starters will include black aguachile; sea bass, habanero, avocado pureé, lime and flowers. Main courses include mouth-watering, specially prepared barbacoa (24 hour braised lamb with salsa tatemada) or suckling pig with axiote marinade, black bean pureé and habanero sauce. Alternatively, mole de olla, the vegetarian option features beautifully prepared celery root, dry chiles, French beans, potato and fresh corn. Side dishes are also available with Peyotito’s famous guacamole and salsa with tostadas. The menu is finished with churros to satisfy those with a sweet tooth. Guests can also celebrate Day of the Dead with friends. Group bookings are available for eight or more people and guests can pre-order a full suckling pig for £340 per table.
Peyotito’s head bartender will ensure taste-buds are tickled with an extensive and tantalizing cocktail menu, including signature cocktails and drinks such as The Jamaica and Mezcal cocktail. For £20, guests can build their own tasting experience of Mezcal with a special Mezcal Day flight of Tequila.
Peyotito is a sophisticated, modern Mexican restaurant on Kensington Park Road in the heart of Notting Hill, London. This hidden gem brings guests into a sleek hideaway welcomed by a neon sign quoting ‘tequila is to wake the living, Mezcal is to wake the dead’, setting the playful but contemporary atmosphere shown throughout, with exposed brick and retractable skylights (weather dependent) for a vibrant and fresh experience.