19th - 21st June 2020

Montpellier Gardens, Cheltenham GL50 1SD

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A highlight of the Cheltenham Food & Drink Festival is the Chef’s Kitchen Theatre. Local chefs from leading restaurants and hotels show-case local and regional food with inspiring demonstrations of creative cooking, sharing their passion for food and some of their cooking tips.

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Their work with premium British and European brands such as Master Class, Haecker, Gaggenau, Artelinea and Duravit, is coupled with superb workmanship to deliver an enduring and beautiful finish.

Visit the showrooms at 12+35 Prestbury Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 2PW 

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What's On - Chefs Kitchen

Friday Events

Pittville Kitchen’s Chef’s Theatre.

A highlight of the Cheltenham Food & Drink Festival is the Chef’s Kitchen Theatre. Local chefs from leading restaurants and hotels show-case local and regional food with inspiring demonstrations of creative cooking, sharing some of their cooking tips. The Kitchen is Sponsored by Pittville Bathrooms and Kitchens Priding themselves on their creative design and flawless … Continue reading Pittville Kitchen’s Chef’s Theatre.

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Friday June 14

12.30pm - 1.15pm
Ellenborough Park – The Restaurant

Headed up by Executive Chef David Williams, the heart of Ellenborough Park is The Restaurant and the authentic culinary experience it offers. The Restaurant stands out from the ordinary and moves away from the typical fine dining offering and embraces a flexible, natural style. It prides itself on offering local provenance and the finest British produce … Continue reading Ellenborough Park – The Restaurant

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Friday June 14

1.30pm - 2.15pm
Egypt Mill Hotel and Resturant – Nailsworth

The Egypt Mill Hotel is situated in the unspoilt Cotswold town of Nailsworth. The 16th century riverside hotel features a restaurant with a great local reputation with a wide choice of dishes to suit all tastes. Head Chef Rory Lee Emmerson knowledge of produce, understanding what is in season and the balance of how to connect the two delivers quality dishes. Rory’s … Continue reading Egypt Mill Hotel and Resturant – Nailsworth

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Friday June 14

2.30pm - 3.15pm
Summer Eating at Cowley Manor

Heading up the Kitchens of Cowley Manor is renowned Chef, David Kelman. A Welshman born & bred David grew up in the Welsh valleys; which he credits with inspiring him to pursue a career as a Chef, being surrounded by so much glorious local produce. David’s dishes have been delighting diners at Cowley since he … Continue reading Summer Eating at Cowley Manor

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Friday June 14

3.30pm - 4.15pm
Woz and Loz cook with pork – Jockey Club Catering

Warren O,Connor (Woz) and Lawrie Jeffries (Loz) will demonstrate how to get some different cuts of meat from a whole loin of pork and some different ways  of cooking. They will present some pork dishes from the racecourse’s fine dining restaurant and give an insight on how to cook and present pork dishes to a … Continue reading Woz and Loz cook with pork – Jockey Club Catering

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Friday June 14

4.30pm - 5.15pm
The Kingham Plough

The Kingham Plough is the quintessential Cotswold Inn offering excellent modern British dining and comfortable rooms set within a warm and relaxed environment. The restaurant has gained critical acclaim and been awarded numerous accolades, including The Good Pub Guide’s National Dining Pub of the year 2019, as well as regularly featuring in the Top 50 … Continue reading The Kingham Plough

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Friday June 14

5.30pm to 6.15pm
East India Cafe

Meet Chef Patrons Litu and Rasel of East India Cafe, a jewel in the crown of Cheltenham. And the new Memsahib Gin and Tea Bar, a world’s first with its unique dining concept and serving style. East India Care Fresh ingredients, quality local produce, and the exquisite taste of Anglo-Indian cuisine, all served in a … Continue reading East India Cafe

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Saturday Events

Pittville Kitchen’s Chefs Theatre.. A highlight of the Cheltenham Food & Drink Festival is the Chef's Kitchen Theatre. Local chefs from leading restaurants and hotels show-case local and regional food with inspiring demonstrations of creative cooking, sharing some of their cooking tips. The Kitchen is Sponsored by Pittville Bathrooms and Kitchens Priding themselves on their creative design and flawless … Continue reading Pittville Kitchen’s Chefs Theatre.. Read More...

Saturday June 15

10.30am to 11.15am
The Royal Oak, Leighterton – Head Chef Jonathan Lane

The Royal Oak the quintessential Cotswold country pub – a free house serving delicious food in the Cotswolds waiting to be discovered by you. Head Chef Jon is a passionate chef who creates a wide variety of dishes using seasonal, local produce, whenever possible. A firm favourite with the locals, see why at this cooking … Continue reading The Royal Oak, Leighterton – Head Chef Jonathan Lane

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Saturday June 15

11.30am to 12.15pm
Glam Lamb, Welsh Lamb at its best.

We are farmers living a traditional way of life on our farm in Wales. Our sustainable farming system starts after lambing when we work out and plan the seasons. Ploughing for Green crop and spring feed. We grow our grass for fat lamb production and hay making. The ewes and lambs are all born and … Continue reading Glam Lamb, Welsh Lamb at its best.

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Saturday June 15

12.30pm - 1.15pm
One More Croissant for the Road – Felicity Cloake.

Join Guardian columnist Felicity Cloake on a culinary Tour de France. To celebrate the release of her new book, One More Croissant for the Road, Felicity will show you how to make the perfect madeleines whilst delving into our enduring love affair with French food. Last summer Felicity set off on the trip of a … Continue reading One More Croissant for the Road – Felicity Cloake.

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Saturday June 15

1.45pm to 2.30pm
Txoko Experience with Mimo Food & Beronia Wines

Txoko [choco-oh) n: gastronomic society in Northern Spain where friends gather to cook, drink and occasionally burst into song. Bodegas Beronia was founded by one such group of friends who believed they could create wines to complement their culinary prowess. Following in the footsteps of their passionate founders, Bodegas Beronia have teamed up with Mimo … Continue reading Txoko Experience with Mimo Food & Beronia Wines

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Saturday June 15

3.00pm to 3.45pm
The Beefy Boys – How to make the best burger

The Beefy Boys are an award winning restaurant and street food experts based in Hereford established in 2011, having started out as just four backyard amateur cooks sharing a passion for local produce and American-style burgers and BBQ.  After winning awards at Grillstock and the World Food Championships in Las Vegas for Best Burger, they went … Continue reading The Beefy Boys – How to make the best burger

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Saturday June 15

4.00pm to 4.45pm
My Asian Kitchen: A Taste of Asia with Jennifer Joyce

Asian food is a firm favourite amongst a lot of us when we eat out for dinner, but unfortunately few of us know how to recreate our favourite Asian dishes at home. Food stylist and recipe writer Jennifer Joyce’s new cookbook ‘My Asian Kitchen’ celebrates the classics you know and love, shows you the undiscovered, … Continue reading My Asian Kitchen: A Taste of Asia with Jennifer Joyce

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Saturday June 15

5.15pm to 6.00pm
Back Garden restaurant at Dormy House

  Farncombe Estate’s Culinary Director Martin Burge will be going head to head with the Estate’s Executive Chef, Jon Ingram, in a Food Festival Chef Off. Martin will be showcasing a dish from the newly launch Back Garden restaurant at Dormy House, whilst Jon will be cooking up a dish from the Hook, a seafood … Continue reading Back Garden restaurant at Dormy House

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Sunday Events

Pittville Kitchens Chef’s Theatre… A highlight of the Cheltenham Food & Drink Festival is the  Chef’s Kitchen Theatre. Local chefs from leading restaurants and hotels show-case local and regional food with inspiring demonstrations of creative cooking, sharing some of their cooking tips. The Kitchen is Sponsored by Pittville Bathrooms and Kitchens Priding themselves on their creative design and flawless … Continue reading Pittville Kitchens Chef’s Theatre… Read More...

Sunday June 16

10.30am to 11.15am
Matthew Beardshall: Wild Garlic Bistro & Rooms and Wilder Restaurant, Nailsworth.

Chef Director Matthew Beardshall’s wealth of culinary experience shines through in every plate of food; whether eating in ‘Wild Garlic’ or enjoying a fine dining experience in ‘Wilder’ his passion is clear. Wild Garlic serves energising brunches, tasty lunches and superb dinners. Menu is ‘bistro’ in style, everything proudly made in house. Specials change daily, … Continue reading Matthew Beardshall: Wild Garlic Bistro & Rooms and Wilder Restaurant, Nailsworth.

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Sunday June 16

11.30am to 12.15pm
“Flavours of the Wye Valley” – Tudor Farmhouse Hotel & Restaurant

At the Tudor Farmhouse they have created a unique ‘20 mile menu’ celebrating the area’s quality local ingredients, their kitchen garden restaurant was described as a “culinary oasis” by Tatler magazine.  Join their Chefs at the Festival and see why Tatler magazine thinks so highly of their food. Based in the village of Clearwell in … Continue reading “Flavours of the Wye Valley” – Tudor Farmhouse Hotel & Restaurant

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Sunday June 16

12.30pm to 1.15pm
Introduction to Macrobiotic Cooking – with Celia Duplock

Originally from Japan, Macrobiotic cooking is a practical and delicious way to improve your health. Mainly plant-based and using only natural, fresh and unprocessed whole foods, Macrobiotic cooking follows the Eastern concept of Yin and Yang and aims to create harmony in the body by creating perfectly balanced meals. Celia Duplock is a fully qualified … Continue reading Introduction to Macrobiotic Cooking – with Celia Duplock

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Sunday June 16

1.30pm - 2.15pm
The Doctor’s Kitchen

Dr Rupy Aujla is an NHS GP and founder of The Doctor’s Kitchen. His debut cookbook was an instant bestseller and he releases his second book, Eat to Beat Illness, in April. Dr Rupy is one of the leading voices in the Culinary Medicine movement –  where he’s educating patients, fellow medics and food lovers … Continue reading The Doctor’s Kitchen

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Sunday June 15

2.30pm to 3.15pm
Cotswold Kids Meat – Ben’s Cornish Kitchen

After 20 years in the restaurant business Ben Prior believes in the simple joy of good food, good wine and good company.  If you have never tried goat meat, then this is the place to expand your culinary taste buds. Goat meat is the most widely eaten meat in the world, it’s tasty, healthy and … Continue reading Cotswold Kids Meat – Ben’s Cornish Kitchen

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Sunday June 16

3.30pm to 4.15pm
Cosy Club Cheltenham

The Cosy Club in Cheltenham can be found in The Brewery Quarter. We stand proudly on the high street. Here, you’ll enter our glorious bar and restaurant adorned with our golden jockeys. Our demo will focus on their new Spring- Summer dishes now available on their menu. A flexible all-day menu, offering a wide choice … Continue reading Cosy Club Cheltenham

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