Join Matt Tebbut For Blenheim Palace Feast

Join The Saturday Kitchen chef for an exciting four-course dinner at one of Britain’s most iconic venues this autumn


Enjoy an exclusive dinner at The Orangery, Blenheim Palace with guest chef, Matt Tebbutt who will be hosting a one-off feast on Thursday 27 September.

The evening offers a rare chance to try Matt Tebbutt’s cooking. The British chef and television presenter, best known for his role on Saturday Kitchen, will be preparing a four-course dinner championing seasonal, local produce.

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Matt has put together a bespoke field-to-fork menu showcasing the finest British ingredients from artisan local producers, farmers and the Blenheim Palace estate.

Seasonal dishes include:
• Chalk stream trout, girolle, samphire and game consommé
• Beef fillet, ox cheek, field mushroom, shallot puree and parsley crumb
• Mulberries, toasted oats, whiskey cream and filo
• Oxford blue, honeycomb and poached pear

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Cotswolds produce will take centre stage: lavender, honey and mulberries come from the Blenheim estate and are supplied by head gardener Hilary Wood, while the consommé is made onsite using game shot on the estate. Cotswold beef and New Forest trout also draw on local suppliers, in keeping with Searcys commitment to sustainability.

Blenheim Palace.

An ideal setting for the special occasion, The Orangery by Searcys serves seasonal British food in an iconic setting. Its traditional floor tiles, huge arched windows and elegant glass panelled ceiling make an impressive backdrop for the foodie experience.

Need to know:
When: 27 September at 6.30pm, and is open to the public.
Cost: Tickets will be priced at £88 per person. Visit blenheimpalace.com to book.
Where: Woodstock OX20 1PP

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