Guest Chef Demonstration Days
Why not treat yourself or a loved one to a relaxing day at Tante Marie. Each day includes two demonstrations by some of the country's leading chefs, tea/coffee on arrival and a light buffet lunch with a glass of wine.
Meet your favourtie chefs, learn how to cook their signature dishes at home (we will give you the recipes) and be inspired!
Gift Vouchers are available and make the perfect present! Simply download the enrolment form, select the course of your choice (or let us know if you'd like to send an open dated voucher) and tell us where you'd like the voucher sent!
Tuesday 20 March 2012
Anthony, is the head chef and co-owner of Arbutus restaurant in London and is celebrated for his firm belief that "cheap doesn't have to mean nasty" when it comes to food. This way of thinking garnered his first restaurant a Michelin star within months of opening which then led to them opening their second restaurant, Wild Honey, in 2007. All eyes were on Anthony and business partner Will Smith to see if they could mimic their success at award-winning Arbutus. The answer was a resounding 'yes', with Wild Honey taking the BMW Square Meal Award for Best New Restaurant Autumn 2007 - a year after Arbutus took the 2006 title.
Further details on Anthony’s demonstration day will be posted on the Tante Marie website in due course.
Wednesday 21 March 2012
We are delighted to announce that Adam will be returning to Tante Marie in 2012 to follow on from the huge success of his 2011 demonstration day with a new menu. Adam Byatt is the multi award winning chef and proprietor of Clapham’s Trinity restaurant. Adam opened his first restaurant, Thyme, in Clapham in 2001 and quickly earned a reputation as one of London’s most exciting new chefs. After winning virtually every award possible, Thyme moved into central London before returning to his roots in Clapham in 2006. As well as being awarded 3 AA rosettes in only its second year, Trinity has been awarded AA Restaurant of the Year and Time Out’s Best Local Restaurant award.
Adam is now a regular on BBC 1’s Saturday Kitchen and has just published his first book – How to Eat In.
With an inspired take on modern European cuisine, Adam’s food has made him one of the country’s truly great chefs and we are delighted to welcome Adam to Tante Marie.
For more details and to see what Adam will be demonstrating, click here.
Watch this space for further dates and exciting chefs who will be announced soon!