Fine dining is coming to Salon Privé, with the announcement that Michelin star chef Phil Howard, will be preparing and presenting a bespoke five course luncheon at The Glass House, during Salon Privé Week.
Salon Privé has a reputation for blending high-end cuisine with the world’s rarest classic and supercars. We know from past experience that hospitality is top class, but the addition of The Glass House, located on the Duke of Marlborough’s private croquet lawn, ups the ante.
“My passion for cars goes back as far as I can remember before I even decided to become a Chef, so to combine what I do best, in such a stunning location, surrounded by some of the most beautiful cars in the world… well it can’t be bettered,” comments Howard.
“My passion for cars goes back as far as I can remember, before I even decided to become a Chef…”
A confirmed motor enthusiast, his illustrious career has earned him no less than three Michelin stars. Starting his working life in 1988 at Roux Restaurants, he moved to train under Marco Pierre White at Harvey’s and Simon Hopkinson at Bibendum before opening The Square with Nigel Platts Martin in 1991 where he remained at the helm for 25 years, holding two Michelin stars for 17 years. Upon leaving and remaining in London, Phil launched the highly acclaimed Elystan Street, also of one Michelin star.
“Fine dining, exquisite cars and a beautiful Palace go hand in hand when aspiring to create the ultimate experience and it doesn’t get much better than this,” says directors Andrew and David Bagley. “A stunning 5-course dining experience created by a world-renowned, Michelin star chef!”
Salon Privé, the UK show for automotive collectors and enthusiasts, takes place at Blenheim Palace, September 23- 26. For more call the Ticket Hotline on 0808 100 2205.