Join Tom Kitchin For Dinner At The Game Bird

Join Scottish chef Tom Kitchin for a special evening of four-course feasting at The Game Bird this September


If you love exquisite fine dining in beautiful surroundings, mark your diary for this September event. Taking place as part of The Game Bird ‘s ongoing guest chef series, the Scottish chef will be joining the critically-acclaimed restaurant within The Stafford London for an evening of locally-sourced delights.

Tom Kitchin Recipe

Edinburgh-based, Tom is a chef and restauranteur with Michelin-starred The Kitchin to his name, as well as The Scran & Scallie gastro-pub and its award-winning sister, Castle Terrace Restaurant.

If that wasn’t enough, he’ll also be opening his fourth restaurant in Edinburgh, Southside Scran, in the heart of Bruntsfield, Edinburgh in November.

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Join Tom for a unique four-course menu celebrating seasonal Scottish ingredients, that highlight the best of both land and sea. Guests will be welcomed with a glass of Moët & Chandon and a selection of canapés before sitting for dinner.

What’s on the menu?

• Hand-dived Orkney scallops baked in their shell and served with seasonal vegetables and a white wine, vermouth and herb sauce
• Roast fillet of halibut with Jerusalem artichoke and black truffle
• Roasted loin of Borders venison, autumn fruits and vegetables and a red wine sauce.
• Set Knochraich Farm yogurt, orange meringue, Granny Smith apple sorbet and East Lothian sea buckthorn consommé.

 

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Following Tom, the fourth dinner in The Game Bird Guest Chef Series will be held on 9 November with the renowned Mark Sargeant.

PLUS: Click here to make Tom’s Pain Perdu with roasted figs recipe.

Make it happen
When: 27th September 2018
Where:The Stafford London 16-18 St James’s Place London SW1A 1NJ
Cost: £80 per person. Please phone 020 7518 1234 or email reservations@thegamebird.com to book.

 

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