Two Sheffield chefs, Lee Mangles of Silversmiths and Simon Ayres of Showroom Café Bar, will be taking part in a cook off at Whirlow Hall Farm‘s pop up restaurant at Sheffield Hallam University on Saturday 25thOctober 2014 (7.30 pm).
|Lee Mangles (L) and Simon Ayres (R)|
Diners will eat three courses from either the red kitchen (Lee Mangles) or the black kitchen (Simon Ayres) before scoring each dish in order to declare the ultimate winner. With a live feed into the kitchen and a Gordon Ramsay lookalike the event promises to showcase the great talent of Sheffield – including Whirlow Hall Farm’s produce which will be used on the night.
Whirlow Hall Farm is known for producing high welfare produce and as it is a supporter of nose to tail cooking, diners can expect some creative dishes from the chefs on the night.
Tickets are £45 each and are available for tables of 4-10. All funds raised will be donated to Whirlow Hall Farm Trust,
For more information or book tickets call 0114 2352678 or email firstname.lastname@example.org