Now even easier to book a ticket via the website from the comfort of your own sofa!!!
We have a full drinks menu available on the evening with some great local beers and gins on offer to enhance the evening! Craig and his tram will be on hand all night also for any questions or advice regarding all things food!
We look forward to welcoming you all on the evening and please spread the word about this fabulous event!!
This spring will see my first ever pop-up restaurant taking place in the city centre of Nottingham.
This is the 1st of 3 pop-ups’ planned at the same venue, a smart, quirky boutique shop in the Nottingham based in and around the famous lace market. Debbie Bryan offers the best of contemporary design whilst maintaining a pride in Nottingham’s rich textile heritage. Since opening the shop in 2009, Debbie has been working with inspiring thinkers to create memorable creative experiences and to develop unique products that are inspired by British heritage and our in-house Lace Archive.
A fabulous 6 course menu has been planned for the evening with focus on flavour and creating a relaxed, comfortable informal dining area for the evening.
Using local suppliers and producers as usual with all my events, I always seek the best ingredients I can get my hands on and always challenge these fantastic suppliers to do the same which they never fail to do.
There are still a couple of tables left for this exciting event that is not to be missed for all food lovers and their friends
For all booking details and menu visit the following page –
Inspired by recently watching Great British menu on bbc2 recently and seeing an amazing chef named Michael O’Hare from his 1 Michelin stared restaurant in Leeds ‘The man behind the curtain’
I thought I would try a new playing technique at a recent event. The kind of throw it on there, it just landed on the plate look that we have seen become more popular lately.
I must say plating this way kind of goes against the grain of what we are taught as chefs as in uniformity and consistency and straight lines etc, it was kind of nice to plate with a freedom of knowing that what is on the plate is right and tastes amazing but the look was very different and random, which worked!!!!
I must say I may take on board some more playing techniques like this in the future. http://www.craigfloatechef.com