The Harewood Food and Drink Project are set to host another round of their popular Hidden Harewood dining events next month.
Offering food lovers the opportunity to ‘dine with a difference’, the pop-up events are held at various hidden locations around the Estate which are not usually open to the public, and have become increasingly popular with diners fully embracing the teams unconventional style.
Along with the quirky locations, guests will also be able to enjoy chef Josh Whitehead’s seasonal tasting menus inspired by and using produce grown and foraged from the Estate, which has been designed to embody the taste of spring and give diners a real flavour of their surroundings.
Eddy Lascelles,Director of the Harewood Food and Drink Project said: “All our guests need to do is bring a sense of adventure, a warm coat and a rumbling belly, and we’ll do the rest! Josh and the team have created a fantastic seasonal menu for the event using the very best of Harewood’s seasonal larder and we’re really looking forward to welcoming everyone and giving them a real flavour of the Estate and its fantastic produce.”
The informal, communal dining event will be held at The Hovels – a converted stable block based in the heart of the Harewood estate and run across three nights: Thursday 11th, Friday 12th and Saturday 13th April with two sittings each night at 6.30pm and 8.30pm.
Tickets are priced at £70 per person which includes the tasting menu a complimentary drink upon arrival and are available to buy online at www.exploretock.com/harewood
For more information visit www.harewoodfoodanddrink.com