Last week Mark and Alex headed up to London to be hosted by Gaggenau; not only was the dinner unique and exquisite in its offering, but so was the location!
Their chef for the night was a very talented chef called Martin, his concept is simple - host a group of 16 people in stunning and unique locations. He shops for his food on the day of the event, ensuring the freshest food available.
Mark, Alex and the other guests experienced an Argentinian themed menu, with some of the courses from the 5-course tasting menu using the Sous Vide Steam Cooking method; a way to ensure your food is cooked to absolute perfection.
After a hugely enjoyable evening and 4 superb courses, the pudding was a deconstructed Waldorf Salad, apple and celery jelly, caramelized walnuts and mascarpone and blue cheese florets.
The location was a fabulous and unique Grade 1 listed apartment in the St Pancras Clock Tower development. The original 19th Century features create a stunning atmosphere whilst the Gaggenau fitted kitchen is just stunning.
Opened in 1868, the station is a wonder of Victorian engineering as well as being a Victorian Gothic architectural masterpiece, designed by George Gilbert Scott. It has been lovingly renovated to ensure this original design is still seen today.
A thoroughly enjoyable evening, made even better being surrounded by such iconic design construction and architecture.
Thank you for having us Gaggenau.