Next on the Carousel it's Icelandic chef Gísli Matthías Auðunsson. The young chef runs two restaurants in Iceland – both of which place an emphasis on humour and creativity, offering twists on traditional Icelandic dishes. His menu sounds particularly enticing, with Double Smoked Lamb Chips served with Buttermilk and Nutmeg followed by Langoustine with Dulse, Dill and Dried Fish.
We're particularly excited to try his Cod's Head – Braised in Chicken Stock and served with a Honey and Lovage Potato Salad, it sounds like one for the record books.
There's more than the above on offer with Auðunsson's menu so get down to Carousel from 29 March, and get tasting.
Carousel pop up's rotating service means you can expect to wait a little while between courses, but they are constantly improving and the dishes are certainly worth the wait. We'd recommend booking with a group, as Carousel's relaxed atmosphere and long tables are conducive to intimate dining among friends.
Lunch sittings are offered as one- or two-course, but dinner is always four-course. Expect to be there for at least two hours as service is staggered. Our tip: show up at 8 instead of 7 to avoid a wait.
Click here to book via the Carousel website.
|What||Gísli Matthías Auðunsson at Carousel, Marylebone|
|Where||Carousel, 71 Blandford St, London , W1U 8AB | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Marble Arch (underground)|
29 Mar 16 – 09 Apr 16, 7:00 PM – 11:30 PM
|Price||£37.50 for four courses|