The Raby Hunt Hosts Chef-Packed Food Festival This September

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Mark your diary for this upcoming day of gourmet fun at The Raby Hunt, the dual Michelin-starred restaurant near Darlington


Time’s running out to join a number of top chefs for The Raby Hunt’s upcoming food festival later this month. 

Taking place in County Durham on September 22, the two Michelin-starred The Raby Hunt will be hosting its own version of a mini food festival, bringing together a whole host of chefs from across the region and beyond.

With just a handful of places remaining, don’t miss out on the chance to sample delights at this upcoming gourmet outing. 

The restaurant, recently named as the 13th best in the country in the Good Food Guide, has organised the celebration to showcase some of the best talent in the UK today.

Attendees will have the coveted opportunity to chat with the chefs and watch them work their culinary magic, along with being able to try a signature dish from each of the participants – which will include chef/owner James Close. 

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As well as tempting food, there will also be live music and a Champagne bar to enjoy throughout the day. 

Chefs taking part are set to include Shaun Hurrell, who ran the much-loved Mexican restaurant Barrio Comida at Newcastle Quayside, along with Alex Nietosvuori of the highly acclaimed Hjem in Hexham.

Also cooking will be Anna Hedworth, owner of The Cook House in Ouseburn and Nick Grieves of The Patricia in Jesmond.

The line up will also include Lucas Selby, a former winner of the Roux scholarship who was head chef at Hide Above in London’s Mayfair, Tim Allen who runs The Flitch of Bacon and Tom Anglesea, of London’s acclaimed Laughing Heart restaurant.

Make it happen
When: 22 September 2019
Where: Summerhouse, Darlington DL2 3UD
How: Tickets cost £110 each. Book your place via emailing enquiries@rabyhuntrestaurant.co.uk or calling the restaurant on 01325 374327.

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