Sunday Jazz Lunch | Errol Linton Sunday 14 January 2024 13:00 Boisdale of Belgravia
Lunch reservations from 12pm | Live Music 1-4pm
As an iconic Live Music British Restaurant, we make a Sunday Roast a much more exciting venture!
Championing the Great British roast, Boisdale selects some of the very finest Scottish beef for the stunning centrepiece of the new menu. An 18-hour slow roast dry-aged rib of beef, Yorkshire pudding, goose fat roast potatoes, heritage vegetables, red wine gravy is undoubtedly some of the highest quality meat available in the capital.
For those looking for an alternative to the full Sunday roast offering, lunch dishes including the legendary Boisdale Roast Dumfriesshire blackface haggis bashed neeps & tatties will be on offeror or fish of the day more casual lunchtime dining.
Three times winner of the British Best Harmonica Player of the Year Blues Awards, Errol Linton is a harmonica wizard from Brixton (of Jamaican descent), a singer, a songwriter, a painter and the hero of the London Underground, where he has played his unique and highly original blend of blues with hints of reggae for 30 years!
Sweet vocals and stomping harmonica from Errol Linton as he leads his band to blend blues with the influences of his Jamaican heritage into an inspiring and intoxicating mix.
“Brixton harmonica wizard” The Observer
“This gifted Bluesman is one of London’s greatest undiscovered talent” The Independent
"Caught him live last week, playing with his band, he’s a mighty performer, so if he plays in your area, catch him while you can" Cerys Matthews, BBC Radio
‘Britain, once a blues powerhouse, has several fascinating new talents. Most notable is Errol Linton’ Sunday Times
‘ A gifted bluesman… refreshingly free of clichés’ Independent On Sunday
‘A voice that can be surprisingly sweet or get close to the sound of a young Muddy Waters… a timeless feel’ R2Life