Guest Chef Series

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Guest Chef Series

Each evening diners will be able to enjoy a supper-club style menu designed by some of the leading lights of the UK culinary scene. Unique on this scale, the ‘Guest Chef Series’ will operate Monday to Saturday evenings from 6pm.

Echoing the museum’s ethos of both celebrating the past, and promoting the talent of the future, the series will see established names alongside up and coming chefs and food writers from this country and beyond.
The weekly changing menu, designed by the guest chef will be released the week prior to going live.

Current Guest Chef

Parabola Presents an Indian Roast

On Friday 28 and Saturday 29 April, Parabola’s Head Chef, Graham Blower, will be collaborating with Karan Gokani to bring an exciting evening of Indian cuisine to Kensington. With dishes and flavours inspired by Karan’s childhood in India, family recipes and his travels across the subcontinent, England and Europe the evening promises to bring a real taste of adventure.

Friday 28 April – Saturday 29 April

Arrival from 7pm for a 7.45pm start in a family feasting style.

To purchase tickets please email Jim at with your name, booking details & party size.

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Previous Guest Chef

Spring at Parabola: The Return of Rowley

Spring at Parabola: The Return of Rowley 

Having built up a great relationship with Rowley during his Guest Chef series with us at the beginning of the year, we have invited him back to curate our evening activities over the next few months!

Join us this spring, when Rowley Leigh will be returning to Parabola where he will be curating the evening offer as part of the ongoing Guest Chef Series. The partnership will include a series of regularly changing menus designed by Rowley plus a number of special dinners and events which he will be hosting.

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April 2017

18:30 – 23:30 (last seating 21:45)


Tuesday 18 – Thursday 27 April

‘A Long and Messy April’

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Previous Guest Chef

Stéphane Reynaud

Chef and best-selling cookery writer Stéphane Reynaud, (his books include: Ripailles, Pork and Sons, The Book of Tripe), will be opening his first restaurant (Tratra) outside Paris at Boundary in Shoreditch this April.

As a little preview there will be two very special dinners, a Ripailles if you will, at Parabola, hosted by Stéphane, on Thursday 2 and Friday 3 March.

Stéphane who comes from a family of butchers, has become rightfully known for his love of all things meaty, so expect home-cured charcuterie, terrines and more.

The four course supper club menu will be priced at £45 per person.


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Thursday 2 March – Friday 3 March

18:30 – 23:30 (last seating 21.45)

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