In Mexican folklore, it is believed that once a year, the dead return from their final resting place to be reunited with their loved ones in a two-day holiday unlike any other.
The ‘Day Of The Dead’ reunites the living and their dearly departed in an ancient celebration of food, fantasy, and fun!
In honor of this beautifully macabre moment, the City’s favourite Latin lunch spot Elmore Jam will turn its signature artisanal, house-baked bread a deeper shade of black – offering diners past, present, and in absentia a darkly delicious feast.
With a menu crafted from the heart by Colombian Head Chef Beatriz Maldonado Carreño (you can call her Bea), guests can choose from a selection of dishes inspired by the culinary traditions of Latin American countries, using both ancestral and modern techniques, sustainable, locally sourced ingredients, and British seasonal produce.
Available on November 1st and 2nd, Elmore Jam is open Mon-Fri, 8am-4pm offering both a dine-in and take-away service.
Located on King William Street in the heart of the city, Elmore Jam is a spacious and elegant eatery that combines contemporary style with a warm and inviting atmosphere. The restaurant’s interior boasts a combination of modern furnishings and rustic accents, creating a comfortable and visually appealing space for diners.
24 King William Street, London, EC4R 9AT