Winners announced for Masterchef Restaurant and Bar competition

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Editor 7th August 2014
Jack Lucas drawing the winners of the Nescafe Milano competition Four winners have now been selected from Nescafé® Milano’s competition to dine at the Masterchef Restaurant & Bar, which will see the kitchen run by previous winners of the series including current winner Ping Coombes. MasterChef 2014 finalist, Jack Lucas drew the names of the four lucky hospitality professionals at Nestlé Professional® HQ in Gatwick who now all have the chance to dine at the fastest-selling and most talked-about pop-up restaurant in London this year. Gill Smith (Away2Dine), Jonathan Rond (The Jolly Toper), Clare Skevington (Haskins) and Lee Canon (Diageo plc) will dine at the restaurant, which took 10,000 bookings in just a week and has Nescafé® Milano as its exclusive coffee sponsor. There were hundreds of entries for the competition, which included the opportunity to not only experience the exquisite food inspired by the TV show, but the chance to meet MasterChef Champions from series past and present. Ping Coombes - MasterChef Running from 2nd September to 5th October, chefs leading the kitchen will include winners such as Ping Coombes (2014), Natalie Coleman (2013), Tim Anderson (2011), Dhruv Baker (2010), Mat Follas (2009) and James Nathan (2008). “The MasterChef Restaurant and Bar is an exciting way to celebrate the diverse tastes and talents of the Champions of the popular cookery format.  We’re delighted to not only be supporting this unique event, but to give trade professionals the chance to enjoy this exclusive dining experience,” said Cecilia Clement, Nescafé® Milano Category and Brand Development Manager.

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Editor 7th August 2014

Winners announced for Masterchef Restaurant and Bar competition