Sunday, 15 February 2015

The Filippo Berio Supper Club with Chef Andrea Zagatti in W9

On Monday 23rd February Italian olive oil company Filippo Berio (I never use anything else) is hosting a supper club at Maida Hill Place in W9 with rising chef Andrea Zagatti.  Andrea has cooked at top restauants in London and Modena, and has designed a menu (below) specially for the night.  Tickets are just £30 - full details below.

"Join us on the 23rd February for a tantalising evening of Italian seasonal cuisine hosted by rising star chef, Andrea Zagatti.
Andrea is a strong believer in creating a unique ‘5 Senses Food Experience’ using the freshest, seasonal ingredients including, of course, Filippo Berio’s premier Gran Cru Olive Oil range from Tuscany, Sicily and Puglia.
The Chef
Having graduated from Le Cordon Bleu in London, Andrea has already worked in some of the most prestigious restaurants in the world; the Michelin starred Mugaritz in Spain and City Social in London, as well as Osteria Francescana in Modena, Italy. As a result, Andrea has developed a very special reputation for culinary creativity and flair.
The Menu
Burrata, Red Chicory and Anchovies
Main Course:
Open Raviolo with Seafood and Fennel
Pandoro’s Torrija and Cinnamon Ice Cream
Maida Hill Place has a lovely bar which will be selling a selection of wines and drinks on the evening. Chef Zagatti has carefully selected an optional drinks package also available on the evening featuring 5 different wines perfectly paired to his menu, for £28 per person.
Please let us know of any food allergies when purchasing your ticket.
Unfortunately we are unable to cater for vegetarians or vegans at this event."

When - Monday 23rd February 2015, 7.30pm

Where - Maida Hill Place, 4 Fernhead Rd, London W9 3ET

Tickets - £30 from Filippo Berio here


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Link - Event page

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