Harewood Food & Drink Project is holding a dining experience with a difference - Hidden Harewood

This September, Harewood Food and Drink Project will be launching a new supper club with a difference; Hidden Harewood will be an immersive dining experience with the opportunity to discover some of Harewood’s hidden
corners whilst enjoying a tasting menu from acclaimed chef, Josh Whitehead, who is currently the Sous Chef at the Ox Club (voted the best restaurant in Leeds city centre at the Oliver Awards 2017 and receiver of a
Michelin recommendation for 2017). Josh was also a contestant on MasterChef: The Professionals 2016 and is regarded as one of the brightest young talents in Yorkshire.
Harewood Food and Drink Project is a new initiative which focuses on celebrating the best of the Harewood Estate’s food and drink production and Hidden Harewood will fully embrace this concept. Josh has curated a taster
menu which showcases the best of Yorkshire, inspired by Harewood’s heritage and the produce grown onsite – this will include seasonal vegetables from the kitchen garden and game and livestock from the estate grounds.
The immersive dining experience will take a minimum of three hours and groups of up to 25 people will embark on an incredible journey through the hidden parts of the Harewood estate and enjoy wining and dining at secret locations amongst extraordinary surroundings. Some of the locations will be outdoors so diners are recommended to bring a sense of adventure…and  some wellies! Tickets will be available to purchase online for two sittings at
6pm and 7pm on Friday 1 September and Saturday 2 September.


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