Oliver Harvey to donate Hospitality Action-branded Chefs’ Whites to Michelin-starred chefs cooking our Autumn Lunch!
Chefs’ Forum Autumn Lunch Host, Michelin-Starred Sam Moody, Executive Chef of The Bath Priory, along with his Michelin starred peers will all don one of these smart new Oliver Harvey jackets to cook a fabulous lunch at The Bath Priory on the 21st October. Six Michelin-starred chefs will each cook one of six courses to showcase the best cooking that the South West has to offer and for one great reason: To raise vital funds for industry charity Hospitality Action!
The chefs cooking on the day will be:
Martin Blunos (TV Chef ), Josh Eggleton (The Pony & Trap), Sam Moody (The Bath Priory), Paul Ainsworth (No 6, Padstow), Russell Brown (Sienna)and Richard Davies (The Manor House Hotel).
Tickets are priced at £95 each from the Events Team at Bath Priory Tel: 01225 331922
These will be sold on a first come, first served basis 80 cover limit!
Ken Crossland, Hospitality Action commented:
“The work we do is vital in offering support to hospitality people when they fall on hard times. It is great that The Chefs’ Forum is helping to raise our profile, raise vital funds and highlight the work we do – Hospitality Action branded chef jackets worn by top chefs at such a prestigious industry event is a great way to promote the charity amongst the industry”.
The most promising hospitality students from South West catering colleges will sample Michelin-starred dining, most of them, for the very first time.
Catherine Farinha, event organiser and Chefs’ Forum Coordinator stated:
The Chefs’ Forum is now operates from The Cotswolds to Cornwall and over to Kent. It will be great to have all corners of the region this event. This lunch represents everything The Chefs’ Forum has become and will a fabulous chance for tomorrow’s chefs and front of house professionals to witness, first-hand, the best cooking and service in the industry!’