Quo Vadis & Friends: Jackson Boxer
Our guest chef in June is so close to our hearts that Jeremy considers him a beloved godson. Perhaps that’s why we were able to prize him away from the glittering grandeur of Brunswick House and pared-back luxury of Orasay for the evening.
Starting out as a kitchen kitchen porter for Margot Henderson at the bonny age of 16, Jackson Boxer was no stranger to kitchens by the time he opened Brunswick House with his brother Frank, aged just 24. Jackson’s talent flourished in the majestic environment, and he continues to delight with dishes that well match the splendid interior and antique treasures within. His next venture, Orasay, won Best New Restaurant in the SquareMeal Guide 2020, was included in the National Restaurant Awards top 100 UK restaurants in 2022, and is currently one of the key players of a culinary renaissance that we are noticing in Notting Hill.
Jackson’s star-studded resume also includes the first Rita’s in Dalston, Chess Club in Mayfair, St Leonards in Shoreditch, and most recently, sold out pop-up, ‘Lumette’ at 180 Strand in November.
Jackson approaches the finest seasonal ingredients with scientific precision, creating stunning dishes that burst with flavour. His Quo Vadis supper will celebrate signatures from Brunswick House and Orasay, along with some Lumette flourishes and more than likely a few fanciful surprises.
Guests on the night will be met with a bite, followed by three courses served feasting-style.
With thanks to our wine partners, Journeys End.