The Artichoke to host an evening with Jason Atheron

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Editor 22nd April 2015
The Artichoke has announced they are to host a one-night-only charity event with Jason Antheron who, along with The Artichoke’s husband and wife team Laurie and Jacqueline Gear, will be producing a bespoke six course tasting menu on Wednesday 10th June 2015. This special event is being held in aid of a local charity called DRUMBEATS. The Ced Sharpley Fund was set up by two of the Artichoke’s regular guests to raise money for the Intensive Therapy Unit at Stoke Mandeville Hospital. Funds are used to improve facilities and patient care at the unit.interior The evening will commence with a Charles Heidsieck Champagne Reception with 'Snacks', followed by six specially crafted dishes by the two chefs, complementing each other's styles. Each course will be accompanied by a matching wine exclusively selected by Laure Patry, Executive Head Sommelier of Social Company and our very own Restaurant Manager/Sommelier Matteo Scaccabarozzi. After dinner there will be a live auction, giving a fantastic opportunity to bid for the kindly donated unique gourmet 'lots'. Tickets for this unique occasion are strictly limited and priced at £195.00 per person; to include champagne, snacks on arrival, six course tasting menu, matching wine flight, coffee and handmade petits fours and mineral water;  as well as a signed copy of Jason Atherton's current cook book Social Suppers, per couple, as a memento of the evening. The Artichoke Restaurant the artichoke chefsLaurie and his wife Jacqueline opened the Artichoke restaurant in 2002 and have taken it from strength to strength, creating an innovative space offering modern creative cuisine with personable service. Having achieved early acclaim, the Artichoke has gone on to win an array of prestigious awards and accolades, which include The Good Food Guide’s Best New Entry 2011, a rising star in the Michelin Guide for 2011 and was extremely proud to be named the AA Restaurant of the Year for England 2013/2014 and awarded Three Rosettes. To reserve tickets for this one off exclusive event email:    [email protected]

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The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 22nd April 2015

The Artichoke to host an evening with Jason Atheron