Tom Kerridge and other culinary stars are lining up to help Birmingham’s Simpsons restaurant celebrate 25 years in business.
Two very special dinners are being held next month to mark the anniversary.
On Wednesday October 3, Simpsons chefs past and present will join forces to cook a dinner to celebrate the restaurant’s impact on Birmingham’s dining scene.
Simpsons first opened in Kenilworth in 1993, securing a Bib Gourmand within two years and a Michelin star in 2001.
The restaurant, under Andreas Antona and his wife Alison, has often been credited with changing the Midlands culinary scene thanks to its influence over so many chefs’ careers.
In its 25 year history, Simpsons kitchen has been home for many talented chefs including Andy Waters, Adam Bennett, Glynn Purnell, James Cross, Jeremy Toth, Marcus Eaves, Mark Fry, Matt Cheal and more recently Nathan Eades.
The dinner, priced at £75 for four courses, will feature a course cooked by each chef.
Reservations can be made from 7pm until 9.30pm.
Call 0121 454 3434 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a table.
Then, on Tuesday October 23, Tom Kerridge and his team will join forces with Simpsons chefs to prepare a show-stopping five-course dinner.
Tom is chef owner of The Hand and Flowers, the first pub to be awarded two Michelin stars.
He also owns The Coach at Marlow, which secured its first Michelin star in 2017.
Last month Tom opened Kerridge’s Bar & Grill in London’s Corinthia Hotel.
Diners swift enough to reserve a table can look forward to three courses of Tom’s flavour-packed dishes and two courses prepared by Simpsons chefs.
The menu is priced at £95 per person and includes a welcome drink on arrival.
Guests are welcome to arrive from 6.30pm for a pre-dinner drink and reservations can be made from 7pm until 9.30pm.
Call 0121 454 3434 or email email@example.com to reserve your table ASAP as we expect this to be a popular evening.
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