The Restaurant at The Principal Blythswood Square Hotel is launching an exclusive Chef’s Table next week.
The nights are drawing in and the mornings are that little bit more nippy. It’s not quite the end of the world but it’s certainly a good excuse to treat yourself.
And the good people at The Principal Blythswood Square Hotel are level seven ninjas when it comes to treating their guests.
Their latest treat-tastic idea is to host a series of luxury epicurean experiences.
The Chef’s Table is led by Zoltan Szabo, Executive Head Chef at Blythswood Square. Each dinner will be a partnership with a selection of the most in demand luxury brands on the market.
Chef Szabo will guide diners through the various cooking methods, the provenance of the ingredients and how they come together to create the perfect dish.
Chef’s Table: Moët & Chandon Champagne
The five-star hotel is launching it Chef’s Table program with a Moët & Chandon Champagne Pairing Dinner on Thursday 20 September 2018.
The chefs have selected ingredients and dishes which will highlight the characteristics of Moët and Chandon’s legendary range of Champagnes.
The five-course meal includes baked Isle of Mull scallops; Lochgilphead crab and chervil ravioli and a fillet of brill with fennel compote, roasted fennel and razor clams.
The meal finishes with a dessert of strawberry cheesecake with Moët & Chandon jelly, fresh strawberries and shortbread crumb.
Murray Thomson, General Manager of Blythswood Square Hotel, said: ‘A seat at Chef’s Table is a must for any self-confessed foodie. It is the perfect opportunity to expand your culinary knowledge in the company of like-minded individuals and the luxurious surroundings of the hotel.
‘Our team of leading chefs have used their wealth of experience to create a unique offering at The Restaurant at Blythswood Square.’
Chef’s Table: truffle dinner
Each Chef’s Table takes place on the fourth Thursday of every month starting from Thursday 20 September 2018.
The next one is a truffle dinner on Thursday 25th October.
Prices start at £55 per head and from £80 for premium experiences. The Moët & Chandon Champagne Pairing Dinner is a premium experience at £80. Tickets are available here.
Season passes are available for a choice of six dinners throughout the annual calendar.
And if you have already made other plans for the night of the Moët & Chandon Chef’s Table then fret not.
This Big Deal offers a two course meal for two with fizz or a four course tasting menu for two with fizz. The options are priced at £29 and £89 respectively.
The deal is valid until mid-November.