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‘Ace caff with a museum attached.' Our need for sustenance has a strong influence on the way historic buildings were designed and how we use them today. This evening will explore the environments in which we buy, prepare and eat food with an expert panel chaired by World Monuments Fund Britain’s CEO Jonathan Foyle.
Our three panellists are Loyd Grossman (lifelong gastronome and heritage aficionado), Marc Meltonville (Food Historian at Hampton Court famed for inspiring many of Heston Blumenthal’s culinary creations) and Julie Humphryes (Director of Archer Humphryes Architects, well known for their innovative restaurant-design in historic places – most recently the Chiltern Firehouse). They will be joined by special guest Richard Burr, builder-baker finalist from this year's Great British Bake Off.
Join us for an evening of musings on the relationship between buildings and gastronomy.
Complimentary drinks as 7pm, event starts at 7.30pm.
TICKETS: WMFB Supporters/Members £15, non-members £25
The May Fair Hotel, Stratton Street, London W1J 8LT
To book please call: 020 7251 8142 or book online
Kindly sponsored by The May Fair Hotel