Are you a self-confessed foodie, and are you looking for a local networking opportunity with a twist?
Why not join MasterChef’s very own William Sitwell for dinner at his home on the edge of Exmoor one Friday evening. His exclusive culinary events programme, part of ‘The Sitwell Supper Club’ sees celebrated chefs from across the UK cooking fabulous food for wonderful local people, at his home Rooks Nest Farm on the outskirts of Taunton.
Previous events have seen exquisite food cooked by some wonderful chefs including Great British Menu’s Adam Handling, The Gladwin Brothers and Rowley Leigh and others.
Tickets to the events cost £70 to include a delicious three course meal with canapes, and a drink on arrival.
The next events are:
24 June – Nest at Rooks Nest
A feast of British food by the chefs behind London restaurants Nest, Fenn & St Barts. The trio are standard bearers for Modern British cuisine; embracing the UK seasons, championing small, sustainable and ethical producers and serving food in casual settings, while developing into much-loved neighbourhood restaurants.
22 July – Indian thali by Shahnaaz Ayub
Shahnaaz Ayub is an award winning cook & author of Perfectly Easy Indian Food. She also hosts her own cooking series, For The Love of Food, and is a chef at The Novelli Academy.
19/20 August – Atul Kochhar
Atul Kochhar is the pioneering twice Michelin-starred chef from Jamshedpur in India, who has changed the way people perceive and experience Indian cuisine in the UK.
9 September – Mexican fiesta with West London Club & Restaurant Laylow
Having travelled extensively across South America, Laylow’s Executive Chef Adam Rawson brings his take on some classic dishes, re-worked with British seasonal produce.
23 September – Anna Haugh
After establishing herself at restaurants including London’s Pied à Terre and Paris’ Hotel Lotti, Anna helped launch Gordon Ramsay’s London House restaurant, acting as its first head chef. In 2019 she launched Myrtle in Chelsea which offers Modern European cooking with an Irish influence using the finest Irish produce.
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