Hawkstone Hall to launch two-day pop-up restaurant


Hawkstone Hall has announced that chef Arbinder Singh Dugal will collaborate with venue executive chef Andrew Watts on an “exclusive” gourmet menu at the on-site chapel.

The two-day pop-up restaurant will take place on July 19 and 20 and will serve a five-course meal of Singh Dugal’s “progressive” Indian cuisine.

He was also a Masterchef: The Professionals semi-finalist in 2019, as well as a Roux Fellowship finalist in 2012, and is said to be “famous for pushing the boundaries of fine dining.”

The menu will include dishes such as murgh ki chaat (chicken skin padi, chicken tikka kachumber and mint) and a delicate coriander sorbet with yogurt meringue to cleanse the palate, according to Hawkstone Hall.

With secluded views of the Shropshire countryside, Hawkstone Hall added that “it’s the perfect setting for Arbinder to create a culinary journey for all guests”. All produce will come from the on-site vegetable garden or from local Shropshire suppliers.

Hawkstone Hall is a Grade 1 listed estate in the Shropshire countryside which operates as a 37 bedroom hotel, as well as a venue for weddings and other events. The on-site restaurant is “predominantly” British and serves afternoon tea and dinner a la carte as well as a Sunday lunch menu.


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