Michelin-Star Chef Helps Put Talent on The Menu30 August 2012 | news archive
Diners will have the chance to sample top-class menus next month when a renowned Michelin-star chef teams up with culinary superstars at Leeds City College.
As part of this innovative enterprise, guests will be able to choose from three exciting menus, tasting dishes as diverse as Hebridean lamb rump, marinated salmon with crab and avocado, chocolate mayhem with peanut and lime and grapefruit and basil mojito.
The Food Academy showcases the College’s most talented apprentices in its own restaurant in a prestigious city centre location, while complementing the high quality products and services associated with the Flannels brand. For many years Steve has worked closely with Leeds City College, spending time in the kitchens at the college restaurant and providing work experience to the students as part of their college programme.
After completing their training, the students who have excelled in the kitchen and front of house have the opportunity to be employed as apprentices at the restaurant, providing invaluable industry experience in a professional, high quality environment. Students that show promise are often given full-time jobs after completing their course.
Steve has been head chef of the Burlington restaurant at Bolton Abbey, Skipton, since 2008 and in that time has earned four AA Rosettes in addition to its Michelin star.
The Platinum Dining Evenings will take place on the third floor of Flannels Leeds in Vicar Lane on Thursday 27th, Friday 28th and Saturday 29th September. As a pop-up special, Steve’s innovative menus will be offered at a discounted rate.
Bookings are essential to avoid disappointment. Please call the Food Academy on 0113 2434898.