Seadog : Pop-up Japanese Restaurant at White Moose
To mark the final day of the Patrick Jones Language of Colour exhibition, award winning Seadog Foods created a special pop-up Japanese food evening inspired by the wonderfully colourful abstract works on show at White Moose. The evening was full of surprises, the first of which was the presence of origami artist Caroline Preston who spent many years living and working in Japan.
Seadog set out in 2013 with the aim to bring together a love of world street food flavours and a celebration of the amazing fish and seafood found along the Devon coast. Winners of the Best of the Best at the British Street Food Awards in 2015 with their innovative dishes inspired by multiple global cuisines. They source their produce carefully, seasonally and sustainably and from small-scale fisheries and producers wherever possible.
"Responding to the current Patrick Jones ‘Language of Colour’ exhibition at the White Moose we will be creating a colourful Japanese-inspired menu featuring Appledore oysters, sake and rhubarb cocktails, ramen, seasonal pickles, steamed dumplings and more". - Seadog