Join Mark Sargeant & Ben Tish For Dinner At The Game Bird

Join restauranteur Mark Sargeant for a night of five-course feasting at The Game Bird this month


Ready for a fabulous fine dining fix? On 23 November, The Game Bird will welcome the highly-acclaimed chef Mark Sargeant into the kitchen to host an exclusive dinner as part of their ongoing guest chef series.

Best known for his restaurants in Kent, Mark’s venues include Rocksalt and The Smokehouse in Folkestone, the Wife of Bath in Wye, as well as a pub in Ickham, The Duke William.

One very busy man, Mark also recently launched Sargeant’s Mess at the iconic Tower of London and is also Chef Director at the Great Northern Hotel.

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A familiar face to The Stafford, he’s also a close friend to Culinary Director Ben Tish –  the two worked closely at Oliver Peyton’s Mayfair restaurant Coast in the 1990s, alongside Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton. Mark’s menus are always built on simple British dishes, with seasonal ingredients carefully sourced and cooked beautifully.

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Join the talented chef for a five-course menu on 23 November filled with seasonal treats.

The menu will feature:
• Smoked Cod’s Roe served with seaweed crackers, sourdough and butter
• Pheasant Ravioli in a game and truffle broth
• Scallop paired with an earthy Jerusalem artichoke purée and sweet sherry caramel
• Venison Wellington served with a silky pomme purée and a roasted carrot
• Spiced Pear Tart Tatin accompanied by cinnamon ice cream.

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Mark’s guest appearance at The Game Bird follows a series of star appearances from renowned chefs Tom Kitchin, Michael Wignall and Lisa Allen, all of whom have joined Ben Tish and the Game Bird team in the kitchen throughout 2018.

Make it happen
When: 23rd November 2018
Where: The Stafford London, 16-18 St James’s Place, London SW1A 1NJ
Bookings: £80pp. Phone 020 7518 1234 or visit www.thestaffordlondon.com to make a reservation

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