Jackson Boxer is set to embark on a culinary residency at the Corner restaurant, located within Selfridge's store on the bustling Oxford Street in London. Starting from September 22, the renowned chef will take over the space situated in the Women's Designer Galleries on the second floor.
Jackson Boxer at the Corner promises an exciting and dynamic dining experience. The menu will be experimental and seasonal, showcasing Boxer's culinary creativity. Dishes on offer include smoked butter noodles with Madagascan pepper, Comte cheese, and chives; a delectable fried veal sandwich featuring tuna and caper mayonnaise, paired with shredded cabbage on toasted brioche; and a sumptuous Cru Virunga dark chocolate mousse complemented by caramelized white chocolate cream, malted chocolate tuille, and a tangy goat's milk sorbet.
This residency is sure to attract food enthusiasts and those seeking a unique and memorable dining adventure in the heart of London's shopping district.
Boxer said: 'Selfridges fascinates me. I love the scale, the crowds, the way it smells, the way it sounds, the smooth constant glide of those crisscrossing escalators. I'm enormously excited to take over the Corner at Selfridges and revitalize this beautiful jewel in one of London's most iconic and glamorous institutions.'
The duration of Jackson Boxer's residency at the Corner restaurant within Selfridge's has not been officially confirmed, leaving room for anticipation and surprises.
It's worth noting that Boxer's culinary prowess has earned him recognition, including the prestigious 2021 Menu of the Year Catey for his restaurant, Orasay, located in London. In addition to his successful London venture, Boxer collaborated with the Experimental Group on the opening of Cowley Manor in the picturesque Cotswolds this year. These accolades and collaborations underscore his influence in the culinary world and suggest that his residency at the Corner restaurant is bound to be a remarkable experience.