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EHN x Amisfield


There was the oyster afternoon at Michael Lett, the chaotic dinners at home in Grey Lynn, the long and languid Sunday lunches at Golden Dawn… Now it’s time for a new Supper Club series.

On August 7, EHN is pairing up with our good friends at Amisfield to celebrate their book at the Botanist – I’ve been working with them on it for a couple of years, and I’m almost as excited as they are.

Chef Jay Sherwood and the Amisfield team are bringing a little piece of Central Otago to the industrial surrounds of the City Works Depot, working with the Botanist’s head chef Sara Simpson to develop a multi-course feast.

Dinner is $55 a head, with Amisfield wines available for purchase on the night. And, if you’d like to buy the book, you can pre-order that along with your dinner ($110 for the two) and we’ll get Jay to sign it. We’d love to see you there. SFG

EHN x Amisfield


  1. Roderick Lyons wrote:

    I was disappointed to hear that the Amisfield event was booked out. Is there a waiting list in case of cancellations?
    FYI I tried the number listed for EHN. A new tenant at the address was helpful but thought you might like to change it as it is no longer correct.

    Friday, August 1, 2014 at 9:51 pm | Permalink
  2. SFG wrote:

    Thanks Roderick. There is currently no waitlist and we are in fact over-subscribed but will keep your email in case.
    There is no EHN number listed to our knowledge anywhere on the site so we would appreciate it if you could tell us where you found this?

    Friday, August 1, 2014 at 11:05 pm | Permalink
  3. Nathan Ward wrote:

    I assume that Roderick got your number from the whois info for the domain (which for .nz domains is required to be correct info).

    If you Google for the same number it’s listed against Simon’s name in at least one or two places, so I’m sure it’s not hard to come across it.

    Thursday, August 7, 2014 at 10:35 pm | Permalink
  4. SFG wrote:

    Thanks Nathan. The Whois is correct and as you note, the current number is easily found and that’s deliberate. The number Roderick was referencing is at least two years out of date, which is why I was asking…

    Monday, August 11, 2014 at 8:38 am | Permalink

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