We have a couple of rather cool looking events and promotions which you may want to book in for over the next few weeks.
First up is the Highland Park Dinner which is running at 63 Tay Street in Perth next Wednesday evening. Graeme Pallister is the exec chef at 63 Tay Street and he also oversees the kitchen in the city’s Parklands Hotel.
He’s a talented man with several awards under his apron; not least the Chef of the Year prize from the recent CIS Awards. He has an interesting blog which you can browse from here.
Rare breed chefs
I liked this one about whether or not chefs are a strange breed – the answer, obviously, is yes.
Anyway, the Highland Park dinner menu pairs several courses with different expressions of Orkney’s most famous whisky. Typical dishes includes the smoked Perthshire pigeon teriyaki paired with a 21-year-old Highland Park.
Tickets cost £47 per person and the evening starts at 7pm, Wednesday 26th June.
Children eat free