Since the 9th century, Catholics and non-Catholics alike, have walked the Camino as a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela in northwestern Spain to visit the tomb of St. James.
The Pilgrimage has multiple established starting points throughout France, Spain and Portugal with the most popular route starting in St. Jean Pied de Port in the French Pyrenees. Those who make this journey are known as a "Peregrino" or in English, Pilgrim...
As you travel through Spain, you see a country with so much more to offer than the tapas we see in the UK. As Pilgrims seek fuel along their journey, the distinct regions in Spain along the Camino all take their turn overwhelming travelers with vibrant and diverse flavours, textures and produce. Each village takes pride in feeding and inspiring Pilgrims onwards.
Pilgrim will bring this experience to the UK by creating menus that draw inspiration and follow a specific route of the Camino de Santiago. There are currently 12 established and well-traveled routes of the Camino. These routes will be our inspiration.