Angelus is a gem of London, a top London restaurant serving traditional French cuisine with a Scottish twist.
Steeped in history, the restaurant used to be a pub and covert meeting place for political figures such as Winston Churchill.
Today, and every day up to 20th January 2010, Angelus is holding an auction with a superb top prize – On Burns night, be thoroughly spoiled by Scottish Head Chef Martin Nisbet on the exclusive Chefs Table.
The inspiration and education for the Scottish fine dining comes from Martin`s Grandmother. The menu for the night is totally authentic, The auction is for a table of six lucky diners.
Not forgetting the magnum of the 2003 vintage for the table!
Angelus, the `brasserie de luxe`, is hoping to raise as much as possible for St Mary`s Hospital on Burns Night.
As well as the Chefs table auction, there is a special Burns night menu priced at £45 a head, £5 from each place will also be donated to COSMIC (Children of St Mary`s Intensive Care) charity.
Bids can be made by calling Martina at reception at Angelus and the current bid is uploaded onto the website so people can see what they are bidding against. The reception number is: 0207 402 0083
At time of writing, there are NO bids!
Here`s a sneak peak at this exclusive luxury menu –
Chefs Table menu
Smoked haddock veloute with leeks and soft boiled quails eggs
`Haggis, neeps and tatties`
Martin`s grandmother`s Braised beef olives, smoked mashed potato
Twice baked `Lanark Blue` soufflé, grain mustard sauce
Drambuie chocolate mousse, whisky marmalade ice cream
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