Lisa Allen To Host One-Off Dinner At The Game Bird 

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Fine dining in fabulous surrounds – don’t miss out on this upcoming evening with Lisa Allen at The Game Bird


Earlier this year, The Game Bird launched a series of guest chef dinners, welcoming many of the greatest chefs from around the UK to cook in the critically-acclaimed restaurant within The Stafford London.

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Following the great success of the event with Michael Wignall in March, Lisa Allen will host the second dinner in the series on Thursday 7 June.

About Lisa
Lisa Allen is Executive Head Chef at the Michelin-starred Northcote in Lancashire. She is incredibly passionate about using local produce and championing seasonal ingredients to create her visual, elegant and flavourful dishes.

For her one-off appearance at The Game Bird, London diners will have the opportunity to experience Lisa’s signature style, with her innovative and modern flair all tied back to her Lancashire roots.

The dishy details
Lisa has created a unique four-course menu that celebrates seasonal British ingredients, presented in new and inventive ways.

Guests will be welcomed with a glass of Moët & Chandon alongside canapes including Lancashire brawn and English mustard and Southport potted shrimp muffin.

The feast will include:
• Wild seabass, young garden leeks, charred lettuce and iron cross oxalis
• Lisa’s signature English onion in its own skin
• Veal ‘Rossini’, mushroom, aged madeira and parsley
• Strawberries and Cream’ with organic mint

Make it happen
When: Thursday 7 June
Where: The Stafford London,16-18 St James’s Place, London SW1A 1NJ
Wallet: £80 per person. To make a reservation, click here. 
Tickets for the dinners will be priced at £80pp, to include canapés and the much-celebrated Moët & Chandon on arrival, followed by the guest chef’s menu. Wine pairing will also be available on the evening.

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