Foodies from across Nottingham are being invited to dine with one the country’s greatest chefs when he visits Nottingham later this September.
That’s because the Godfather of modern cooking, Marco Pierre White, will be visiting his new Steakhouse Bar & Grill on Upper Parliament Street in Nottingham on Thursday 20 September.
Those lucky enough to reserve a place will then be able to choose to attend a special three-course lunch or a delicious evening meal and will also have the chance to meet the great man himself.
Opened in August the restaurant has fast established itself as one of the city’s premier eateries.
Mark Hands, venue director at Alea and who persuaded the fiery chef to open a restaurant in Nottingham said: “We can’t wait for Marco to pop in. Having worked closely with him on this new restaurant the atmosphere in the restaurant will be electric and he is such a gentleman.
“At the steakhouse it’s all about Great British cuisine – Marco’s speciality. The food is simple and unfussy but is absolutely top quality. We hope to see many new friends on 20 September and look forward to welcoming Marco.”
The new restaurant operates independently from the renowned entertainment venue and its lively atmosphere, exquisite food and delicious cocktails creates the perfect venue for any occasion.
Overseeing the food is head chef Richard Donohue, 27, who has been put in charge of the restaurant. The former Clarendon College student is hoping his experience and passion for food will make the restaurant a must for those looking for a bit of ‘affordable glamour’.
With places limited a three-course lunch can be booked for between 12 noon and 3pm and costs £45.00 per person. Dinner can be booked for between 7pm and 9pm and costs £90.00 per person.