Welsh culinary wizard heading to Simpsons

Birmingham’s Michelin-starred Simpsons is hosting a dinner created by one of Britain’s most highly-regarded up-and-coming chefs.

Gareth Ward might not yet have the profile enjoyed by other Michelin-starred chefs, but has a growing reputation among foodies.
His Welsh restaurant Ynyshir Hall was listed in the Sunday Times Top 100.
Gareth worked previously at at Hambleton Hall and Restaurant Sat Bains.

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Gareth’s modern style and use of innovative techniques and unusual ingredients will ensure guests’ taste-buds are well and truly tantalised at the dinner on Sunday April 30.
Diners can expect dishes such as Gareth’s ’Not French Onion Soup’, – an umami packed flavour-bomb’, and his sourdough bread served with miso-cultured butter and Welsh Wagyu beef dripping.
The dinner will be priced at £65 per person and Simpsons has a few tables available between 7-9pm.

Then there’s Mark

Following Gareth will be Mark Poynton, former Great British Menu contestant and the chef behind Alimentum, the acclaimed Michelin-starred restaurant in Cambridge.
Mark also has experience working in a two Michelin-starred restaurant, having worked under Daniel Clifford at Midsummer House before to taking over Alimentum.

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He will be joining forces with the Simpsons team on Monday May 22 to produce a six-course dinner, featuring three of his signature dishes and three dishes prepared by Simpsons chef director, Luke Tipping.
Priced at £70 per person, diners will enjoy the very best from two Michelin starred restaurants. 
Call 0121 454 3434 or email info@simpsonsrestaurant.co.uk  to reserve your table.

Simpsons
20 Highfield Rd, Birmingham, Edgbaston B15 3DU. 0121 454 3434.
http://www.simpsonsrestaurant.co.uk