The Reuben Crostini – inspired by Bomberg

by | Nov 16, 2017 | Events, News

David Garshen Bomberg

5th December 1890 – 19th August 1957

An English painter and recognised as one of the 20th century’s leading British artists. To commemorate the 60th year anniversary of his death, his work is currently on display at Pallant House Gallery until 4th February 2018.

David Bomberg, Jerusalem City and Mount of Ascension, 1925, Ferens Art Gallery, Hull © The Estate of David Bomberg

The exhibition explored key themes within the artist’s remarkable career including engagement with his Jewish East End upbringing. He was born to a Polish Jewish immigrant worker, one of 11 children. Throughout his career, his contribution to Pre-war Britain and as a war artist in both World Wars is demonstrated.

To honour Bomberg’s original routes, throughout November we will be serving the Jewish inspired dish, Reuben Crostini. Toasted ciabatta with salt beef, pickled red cabbage, swiss cheese and a Russian style dressing.

To reserve a table with us at Pallant Restaurant, call the team on 01243 770827 or Book Online