Sheekey Guest Chef Series
Celebrating our tenth anniversary with another stellar line up of supper clubs
Following successful events with Simon Hulstone, Mark Sargeant and Bruce Rennie, J Sheekey Atlantic Bar will host a series of guest chef supper clubs, showcasing some of the most celebrated food writers and chefs in the UK.
Based on a minimum of three courses, each chef will create a menu of delicious sharing plates, in keeping with the J Sheekey Atlantic Bar style. Bar Manager, Giuseppe Masala, has worked closely with Plymouth Gin to present a stand out cocktail list for each event, including a gin cocktail paired to each chef’s signature dish.
Each event will commence at 7.30pm. Tickets are priced at £50 per person and can be booked through the ticket links below.
*Ticket price does not include booking fee, drinks or service charge.
For those who are not able to book tickets to the supper itself, each chefs’ signature dish will feature on the J Sheekey Atlantic Bar menu, alongside a Plymouth Gin cocktail pairing, for several weeks after the dinner.
Tuesday, 3 July
The fourth supper club of 2018 will be hosted by Lisa Markwell who is both a newspaper editor and trained chef. She was the restaurant critic and editor of The Independent on Sunday - eating at and writing about many of Britain’s best restaurants. Following a year long break from journalism to take a chef’s diploma at Leiths School of Food and Wine, Lisa is now food editor at The Sunday Times and editor of CODE Quarterly. Lisa's passion for food will be reflected in the dishes cooked for the supper club series, her signature being ribboned salad of beetroot cured salmon, pickled summer vegetables and labneh.
To view Lisa’s full menu click here, and to book tickets follow the link belowBook Tickets
Tuesday, 25 September
Rose previously worked as a chef and cooked at the Notting Hill specialist bookshop, Books for Cooks, alongside Clarissa Dixon-Smith. After spending seven years as the in-house cook at The Spectator, she then moved on to have a weekly column in The Daily Telegraph, whilst also contributing to The Daily Mail, The Times and the Sunday Telegraph. Rose has also produced a two-part biopic on food writer Elizabeth David which aired on Channel 4, as well as regularly appearing on Radio 4’s The Food Programme.Book Tickets
Tuesday, 30 October
Having first established herself as a leading actress in numerous high profile TV dramas including Holby City and Spooks, Lisa Faulkner’s remarkable food journey began after winning BBC 1’s Celebrity MasterChef in 2010. In 2012 her first cookbook, Recipes From My Mother For My Daughter, was published, and instantly reached number one in The Times non-fiction list. As well as publishing two additional cookbooks, Lisa has appeared in a number of TV programmes such as What’s Cooking? with Ben Shepherd, and regularly cooking on ITV’s This Morning and the Food Network.Book Tickets