An eight course fine-dining experience will take place on Tuesday 18 February in name of the charity Hospitality Action. For £200 per person, each guest will enjoy their meal paired with matching wine, knowing that £100 of their ticket will go towards the charity, which provides a lifeline for current and former hospitality industry workers who find themselves in crisis.
Chef Byrne, the youngest ever recipient of a Michelin Star, said: “I’m so pleased , and agreed to come and work with me on this one-off occasion at Manchester House. We all know each other from the Great British Menu but this will be the first time the four of us have cooked together. I can’t wait to get in the kitchen with them – it’ll be great fun in aid of a fantastic cause, and the food will reflect our passion.
“I’ve been involved with Hospitality Action forsome time and been fortunate to see the great support they provide to people who are struggling with something in their lives.
Two of Manchester House’s local suppliers have helped with the events, with Wellocks providing ingredients and Boutinot sponsoring the wine.
David Walker, Chairman of Hospitality Action’s North West board, said: “We are hugely grateful to Aiden for using his contacts to pull together what promises to be an unforgettable event for food lovers. It’s not often you get the opportunity to sample a meal cooked by four separate winners of Michelin stars.”
Between them the chefs boast7 Michelin stars and a plethora of accolades – talk about a fine dining extravaganza!
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