The Great British Menu star is launching an exciting six-week dinner series – and you’re invited
To celebrate being crowned the first-ever ‘Champion of Champions’ on the latest series of Great British Menu, chef James Cochran is launching a delectable series of weekly dinners at his new restaurant, 1251 in Islington.
Starting on Tuesday 6th November, the dinners aim to showcase the standout dishes he presented on the acclaimed BBC programme.
Battling through the marathon series, James emerged victorious to represent the London and the South East regional heat, going on to earn his well-deserved spot at the lavish final banquet.
Running for six weeks every Monday and Tuesday evening, book your place to sample the talented young chef’s creations in stylish surroundings.
As one of the rising stars on the UK’s culinary scene, James continues to shine with his unique passion, tailored skillset and good-naturedness in the midst of tough competition.
Enjoy a 3-course set menu of James’ culinary tributes to the NHS, which served as the overarching theme for the series.
Feast upon a ‘Cep-tional’ starter with cep brioche, cep custard, savoury soil and truffle mayonnaise, then devour a signature ‘Goat Sharing Board’ featuring shoulder, belly, haunch, and shank, served alongside black-eyed pea dahl and coconut rice.
The evenings will end on a sweet note with James’ ‘Tree of life’ dessert – think decadent coconut parfait served with mango purée-filled doughnuts, white chocolate and peanuts.
Make it happen
When: Taking place every Monday and Tuesday evening from 6th November for six weeks.
Where: 1251, 107 Upper Street, London, N1 1QN
Wallet: £75 per person. Tickets can be booked online via this link.