The TMRW project Talent. Opportunity. Future. 20 February @ Charlotte’s W5

TMRW Project

TMRW Project

Standard Supplier 20th January 2017

The TMRW project Talent. Opportunity. Future. 20 February @ Charlotte’s W5

The TMRW project is a collaborative project run by chef Dan Doherty, writer Anna Sulan Masing and GM Emma Underwood.
The TMRW project is looking to the future of the hospitality industry in the UK. To succeed, to grow and to continue developing this wonderful industry, is to support the people starting out. This project is about finding ways to do that.
Chefs of Tomorrow started in 2015 and is the TMRW project’s initiative to support chefs. It is a series of dinners each featuring four chefs at chef de partie level or below, cooking a course each.
Series Three of Chefs of Tomorrow will kick off at Charlotte’s W5, on Monday 20th February 2017, 7pm. Tickets are currently on sale, £30 for four courses.
Owned by Alex Wrethman Charlotte’s W5, the third site for Charlotte’s Group, opened in 2016. Previously a near-derelict Victorian stable block the Group restored the building creating a beautiful restaurant space with high ceilings, an open kitchen, and a light and spacious conservatory bar. Charlotte’s Group are neighbourhood venues in West London an area where Alex grew up, which gives the restaurants a real sense of community identity. The ethos that Alex and Charlotte’s Group have of supporting the hospitality industry, independent producers and a local community is a great match with the TMRW project.
www.TMRWproject.co.uk
www.charlottes.co.uk
Charlotte’s Group
Owner Alex Wrethman got his first job at the age of 15 at a local neighbourhood restaurant called Charlotte’s Place. Starting as a pot-wash, Alex got to know the restaurant well and began
training as a chef with Charlotte herself. After several years away in Manchester studying Business Management Alex returned to London and visited Charlotte’s Place one evening. Charlotte confided in Alex that she was tired of the business after 20 years and ready to retire, offered him the restaurant.
Alex took on the challenge to bring Charlotte’s Place back to life and it earned its reputation as a great British restaurant within the local area and beyond, doing the best business in its history. Charlotte’s Place now has 2 AA rosettes and has been named in the Top 10 Best British Restaurants in London and Top 100 Best Restaurants in the UK by OpenTable.
Charlotte’s Bistro opened in Chiswick in 2010, and Charlotte’s W5 in Ealing in 2016.
www.charlottes