Eat Drink Bristol Fashion: Top chefs named for 2014

The venue will offer “field to fork” cuisine in its ‘tapas café’ and entertainment space, alongside nightly fine dining from celebrated British chefs

Eat Drink Bristol Fashion

Eat Drink Bristol Fashion

Organisers of the Eat Drink Bristol Fashion event have confirmed some of the UK’s best chefs will be cooking at the festival’s tipi village this summer.

Last month, we revealed the event will return to Bristol’s Queen Square for its third year, running from May 2 to 17.

The venue will offer “field to fork” cuisine in its ‘tapas café’ and entertainment space, alongside nightly fine dining from celebrated British chefs.

On the opening night, the fine dining marquee will host a collaboration between Cornish chef Nathan Outlaw who currently holds two Michelin stars, and TV chef Valentine Warner.

Other West Country culinary big hitters to attend the event include Paul Ainsworth (from No 6, in Padstow) will also who will host his own night while Jack Stein, executive chef from The Sea Food Restaurant in Torquay will bring the event to an close on May 17.

The Pony & Trap – the Michelin-starred pub and mainstay of the event – will host its evening with Josh Eggleton in the kitchen on Saturday, May 3.

Another newcomer to the tipis, Richard Davies will also cook on Friday, May 16. Davies is Head Chef at The Manor House in Castle Combe, Wiltshire, and is a regular on BBC Two’s Great British Menu.

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