Carousel restaurant announces guest chef line-up

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Carousel interiorLondon's Carousel restaurant, the Marylebone eaterie with a line-up of guest chefs, has announced the roster for its ‘Carousel Presents…’ series for the first quarter of 2015. Between January and March, the 50-cover restaurant space on Blandford Street will be hosting some of the world’s best up and coming talent, each cooking alongside Carousel’s co-founder and resident chef Ollie Templeton. Ollie, who is 23 and gained experience in the acclaimed North African and Spanish Uyen Luurestaurant Moro, will work alongside the guest chefs to create a set lunch and four to five-course dinner menu, paired with wine, each available for a limited time only. The 2015 guest chef series at Carousel will kick off in the New Year with food writer, chef and founder of the acclaimed Vietnamese Supper Club, Uyen Luu, who will be offering her fresh twist on traditional Vietnamese cooking from January 6-10. Following this will be Henrik Noren and Magnus Villnow, founders of the Stockholm restaurant GRO, from January 13 - 24. They will be showcasing their Scandinavian cooking, offering simple, seasonal, honest food, with a focus on vegYuji Haraguchietables. From January 27 to February 14, Carousel will welcome Tom Ryalls from both Moro and St John Bread and Wine. His ‘Hunger Gap’ menu will offer a balance between fish and meat, and will feature various ‘nose to tail’ lamb dishes utilising the whole animal reared on his friend’s farm in Cambridgeshire. Completing the first quarter line-up from 1st to 11th April is Yuji Haraguchi, who opened pop-up restaurant Yuji Ramen in New York in 2012. His food philosophy is forward thinking and modern whilst staying true to his Japanese roots.  
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Editor 16th December 2014

Carousel restaurant announces guest chef line-up