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Adam Byatt’s celebrated food and wine dinners are returning
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Adam Byatt’s celebrated food and wine dinners are returning

Tonight marks the re-launch of Michelin Starred Chef, Adam Byatt’s celebrated food and wine dinners. Taking place at Upstairs at Trinity (also Michelin starred), the evening promises to shine a light on oysters, sea urchins and grower Champagnes.

Adam’s ventures include Michelin Starred Trinity, Bistro Union, Upstairs at Trinity and Charlie’s at Browns Hotel, Mayfair. A food lovers dream, the menu from the first session of 2022 will include: three baked regal oysters with Iberico ham, sea urchin orzo, slip sole baked in seaweed and urchin butter and wild turbot with Champagne sauce.

If you are gutted that you’ve missed the first installment, fear not! Tickets for March’s food and wine dinner are already on sale, taking place on March 21st at Upstairs at Trinity. Expect asparagus, specialty eggs and fresh goats’ cheese to all feature on the menu alongside wines from Sicily.

Tickets are £195 per person, and can be booked by clicking here.

Website: www.trinity-upstairs.co.uk

Address: 4 The Polygon, London SW4 0JG

Written by Jordan Crowley

Photography courtesy of Upstairs at Trinity

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