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Million Pound Menu runners up XX/VI become KityCow and get a London residency at Hush

Updated 30/2/19 with the menu

We've just passed week two of My Million Pound Menu, where London stalwart Baba Gs came top (and you can visit them right now at Pop Brixton or Camden Market). 

But that's not all that came out of the programme. One of the runners up was XX/VI who were serving up Nepalese cuisine on the show. Now two of the judges on the show, Jamie Barber and Atul Kochhar, have started mentoring them on their next steps - and part of this is a three-month residency at Barber's Hush.

And on top of that, they've been renamed to KityCow (apparently the name given to long-sleeved robes worn by sherpas, and let's be fair - a lot easier to remember than XXVI).

They'll be on the first floor of Hush (that's in Mayfair, just off New Bond Street) and they'll be serving up 12 to 15 dishes of the chefs’ favourite Nepali dishes.

Here's what's on the menu:

  • Onion pakora, mint and exmoor caviar
  • Buffalo and tarragon momo, green chilli and tomato achar
  • Jhaneko Daal, buckwheat roti, cavalo nero coconut thoran
  • Cauliflower, ricotta, curry sauce
  • Banana leaf grilled salmon, ginger, Himalayan herbs
  • Butter chicken, shallot, caraway, braised okra
  • Aloo chop, bay leaf
  • Cardamom and tamarind mille-feuille

All that is £55, and there's an a la carte menu too where you can pick and choose.

We're pretty confident that you'll see a permanent version of KityCow at some point, but if you liked what you saw on the programme, this is your chance to try for yourselves. 

 

More about KityCow at Hush

Where is it? 8 Lancashire Ct, Mayfair, London W1S 1EY

When? 1 February 2018 for three months

Find out more: Visit their website or follow them on Instagram @kitycow_hush.

 

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