Fine Dining with Michelin Starred Chefs, Afternoon Tea with Mint Velvet and Vital You Well Being Programme at Warren House

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Warren House in Kingston hosts Michelin starred Chefs for a series of fine dining evenings, starting with John Campbell on Saturday March 19th, 2011. The calendar of events for The Hammersley Connection, the exclusive private members club at Warren House also includes Afternoon Tea with fashion brand Mint Velvet and the lunch of a new Vital You Well Being Programme, all at Warren House. The programme has been put together by Warren House and consultants Stephanie Upton Prowse from Style Studio and Noreen Cesareo from Market Accents.

Warren House in Kingston are introducing a series of Michelin starred evenings that will take their fine dining to a new level. Working alongside the Warren House team of chefs led by Head Chef Paul Bellingham, Michelin starred masters will create, prepare and cook special menus, tailored for Warren House and The Hammersley Connection members and guests.

The first in the series is double Michelin starred chef, John Campbell. Having recently joined The Dorchester Collection’s new hotel, Coworth Park, John is recognised as one of the UK’s finest and most celebrated chefs. In 2008, John was honoured with both the Catey’s “Chef of the Year” and the “Training and Education” award. For many years, he has run a successful academy for young, enthusiastic chefs from all over the world and has established himself as an important opinion-former in the industry. John is a familiar and regular face on our televisions and has also judged numerous Masterchefs.

John’s superb cooking has earned him an international reputation for innovation, expertise and flair. Critics have hailed him as the “Cerebral Chef”. He has a degree in international culinary arts and has written a number of books including Formulas for Flavour. Indeed, the guides have recognised him as one of Britain’s most excellent talent.

John has built himself a reputation for outstanding cuisine. A true master at his art, his cuisine is considered Classic European with an emphasis on flavour, tweaked through scientific techniques. His genius lies in combining complex elements into dishes that look and feel simple and natural. John experiments with the effect that both textures and temperature have on flavour, intensifying tastes to challenge the taste buds. For the inquisitive diner, he pushes the boundaries and delights with unexpected and gastronomic results.

John Campbell at Warren House

The opening night is on Saturday March 19th, 2011. The evening promises to be outstanding, the first in a series of exquisite culinary evenings which will leave an indelible impression on all who are fortunate enough to dine at Warren House. Diners will be served a tailored menu, crafted in the Warren House kitchens to delight the senses and enhance the charm and character of the place. Both John and Paul will be circulating among guests to chat during the evening. Dress code for the evening will be smart and bookings are strictly on a first come first served basis.

In recent years, the fine dining at Warren House has been renowned throughout Kingston. The Hammersley Connection, the private members club at Warren House, has organised special dining events themed on cuisine from around the world. With the Michelin starred Chef Series, Warren House are setting new limits and offering experiences to truly create memories.

Calendar of Events at Warren House

There are a number of exclusive activities organised by Warren House during February and March. The Hammersley Connection is holding an Afternoon Tea on Monday February 28th, 2011 with fashion brand Mint Velvet, during which they are showcasing their spectacular spring/summer 2011 collection. The event will also help support Chase Children’s Hospice.

In March, Warren House continues with its Well Being programme, Vital You, a four month course designed exclusively for The Hammersley Connection. Harley Street experts Sue Firth, renowned stress psychologist, and Adele Wolstenhulme, nutritional therapy practitioner will address symptoms such as insomnia and sleep-related disorders, including jetlag; digestive problems such as bloating, stomach pain, constipation and IBS; weight management; anxiety and depression; aching muscles and points; headaches and migraines. They will teach the fundamentals of eating; how to identify the right nutrients the body needs to find its healthy, ideal weight that suits the various lifestyle, while understanding the psychology of stress and how that works against a healthy body. The sessions will start on March 4th 2011 and will be held on Fridays in the morning at Warren House, starting at 09.30pm and finishing at 12.45pm.

Then on March 6th 2011, Warren House is opening its grounds for the Wedding and Events Fayre aimed at engaged couples and those organising celebrations and private events. Handpicked suppliers are taking part in this free event which runs from 11am to 3pm.

For further information on any of the events, please contact Karyn Biddles at Warren House on 020 8974 7116 or email karyn(at)thehammersleyconnection(dot)com.

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