Enjoy a delicious dinner courtesy of British chef Phil Howard amid the beautiful surroundings of Chucs Serpentine, designed by the late Zaha Hadid. For one night only, Phil will be leaving his kitchen at Elystan Street to cook for lucky guests at Chucs, where he will be showcasing his French cooking style featuring British and Italian produce. Think Strozzapreti pasta with chicken, truffles, butter and parmesan; roasted octopus with sweet pepper and chilli hummus; and Cumbrian beef with wild mushrooms, potates, truffle emulsion and red wine, followed by an indulgent cheesecake.
Phil began his career as a chef at Roux Restaurants in 1988, before moving to train under Marco Pierre White at Harvey’s and Simon Hopkinson at Bibendum. In 1991 he opened The Square along with Nigel Platts Martin, which he remained at the helm of for 25 years before moving to his current stint at Elystan Street.
Speaking about the decision to collaborate with Chucs, Phil Howard commented: “Every now and then, an invitation comes along that just has to be pounced on! The dining room in the now iconic Magazine at the Serpentine is without doubt one of the finest dining spaces in London – and with an open kitchen provides the perfect setting for a collaborative dinner such as this“.
Phil Howard is the second in the Chucs Serpentine Supper Series, which sees Chucs collaborate with top chefs from across country. This follows a sell-out night in November 2018, where dinner was hosted by Ruthie Rogers of the legendary River Café. More exciting chefs are due to feature later in the series so stay tuned.
Chucs Serpentine launched in April last year, following the success of locations in Mayfair, Westbourne Grove, and within Harrods.
Chucs Serpentine, The Serpentine Sackler Gallery, West Carriage Drive, Hyde Park, London, W2 2AR
£150pp, wine pairing can be selected in addition. Spaces are limited and are offered on a first come first serve basis. chucsrestaurants.com
Book tickets by emailing [email protected] or calling 020 7766 2814