MARCH AT MARK’S CLUB

What’s on at Mark’s Club this month

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THE MARK'S CLUB WINE WEEK
MONDAY 18TH MARCH - FRIDAY 22ND MARCH
6.30PM -7.30PM

 

This March, the Mark's Club sommelier team led by Clément Robert will showcase and be on hand to answer questions on a selection of extraordinary wines, available in the bar every day throughout the week commencing on Monday 18th March. There will be a sublime array of cheeses from Paxton & Whitfield  and Harvey Brockless available to sample alongside each wine for our Members' enjoyment. Wine highlights will include:

Monday 18th March
Grüner Veltliner Smaragd Ried Kreutles, Emmerich Knoll Wachau Austria 2017

Tuesday 19th March
Vouvray Le Haut-Lieu Sec Domaine Huet Loire France 2017

Wednesday 20th March
Chardonnay Wild boy, Santa Barbara county USA 2017

Thursday 21st March
Toscana Arcanum Valdorna Italy 2011

Friday 22nd March
Barolo, Giacomo Fenocchio Piedmont Italy 2014


Those dining at the Club each evening will also have an opportunity to sample the selection on offer tableside as a pre-dinner aperitif.

To reserve your space at one or more of these complimentary tastings, please contact Reception


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ELIZABETH HAIGH AT MARK'S CLUB
DATE TO FOLLOW

Mark's Club has invited one of the country’s most accomplished Chefs to join its kitchen for a one-off dining experience. Elizabeth Haigh will join forces with Mark's Club’s own exceptionally talented female team members to create an exciting fine dining experience.
 
Elizabeth at Mark’s Club is the second in our series of Guest Chefs. We are proud to announce that this year, Mark’s Club will be inviting a small number of chefs who we find truly inspiring in their own fields to create unique dining experiences for Mark’s Club Members. Our first Guest Chef was acclaimed Margot Henderson, and we look forward to welcoming plant-based Chef Kirk Haworth to showcase his innovative cuisines. More names and dates to be announced very soon.

Elizabeth Haigh

Elizabeth was the founding head chef at Pidgin in East London, where she guided the popular neighbourhood restaurant to a Michelin star barely a year after opening. Her dishes have been described as bold and exciting, and she fuses her Singaporean-British heritage and fine dining cooking experience with a passion for wood-fire cooking. Elizabeth originally studied architecture, but after a stint on Masterchef in 2011 she realised that cooking was her true calling. Since the show, Elizabeth has studied and worked with some of London’s top chefs such as Neil Rankin at Smokehouse and James Knappett at the Kitchen Table. In 2017 Elizabeth was awarded ‘Chef to Watch’ by the National Restaurant Awards and listed in Observer Food Monthly’s ‘50 of Observer Food Monthly’s favourite things’. Elizabeth has had several guest appearances on BBC’s Saturday Morning Kitchen, Masterchef UK, a Financial Times Panellist, and she was the keynote speaker for SAUCE ‘17 forum in Estonia.