Saturday, February 24, 2024

Fine dining gets a wild twist at Burghley

An exclusive outdoor dining experience and immersive cooking masterclass is coming to Burghley for 4-nights only this August.

Join modern day hunter-gatherer and expert live-fire chef, Mark Andrews, from the highly-acclaimed FIRE + WILD, for a one-of-a-kind foodie experience at the heart of the Burghley Estate.

Prepare for an unforgettable evening of wild dining

The FIRE + WILD outdoor dining experience is like no other, set in a private, off-grid location that boasts incredible views of Burghley’s sweeping landscape.

Guests will enjoy a sensational 5-course tasting menu curated with foraged and locally sourced ingredients. Witness your food being prepared over an open-fire!

A signature wild cocktail is served on arrival followed by selected wines paired to each dish.

For those who want to dig deeper into the FIRE + WILD ethos…

Get hands on in a Cooking with Fire Masterclass under the expert guidance of Mark Andrews.

With a combination of demonstration and hands-on cookery, learn how to prepare a variety of tasty dishes with different skills and techniques, from how to build a fire to foraging, ingredient selection and meat butchery.Best of all, you get to tuck in and enjoy your creations throughout the day.

Fire & Wild Event Dates:

Fire & Wild Outdoor Dining Experience     ~ Thursday 17th August     ~ Friday 18th August (LIMITED AVAILABILITY)     ~ Saturday 19th August

Fire & Wild Cooking with Fire Masterclass     ~ Sunday 20th August

Tickets for the Dining Experience cost £180 per person, and include all food and drink, while the Cooking Masterclass costs £245 per person.

Both must be pre-booked.

Mark Andrews FIRE + WILD – Chef, Hunter and Forager

After working in the music industry in London, Mark turned explorer, forager and chef, before forming Fire & Wild in 2017, hosting off-grid outdoor dining events and developing a style of cooking heavily influenced by the use of fire as well as the landscapes, habitats and wildlife of forests.

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