“Pope of gastronomes” Paul Bocuse died on 20 January 2018 and these three evenings will be a tribute to him.
The renowned Lyon born Michelin-starred chef was a celebrated master of Haute Cuisine. Paul Bocuse's restaurant held 3 Michelin stars for over 50 years. This legendary figure has contributed enormously to the French Gastronomy by both being a leader of culinary trends of the nouvelle cuisine in the 70s, and by training students that are now notable chefs.
Be ready for some traditional and simple food revolving around cream, butter and wine, the basis of French cuisine. We are looking forward to going through the books and cooking the classics!
Dinner is £45 for a fixed 7 course menu with an optional £35 drinks pairing. Your evening meal is served at 8pm, and guests are welcome to join us from 7:30pm onwards.
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