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SCOTT DUNN LAUNCHES “FLYING CHEFS” PRIVATE DINING EXPERIENCES

September 7thTHE ALPS

New for the 2017/18 ski season, Scott Dunn will launch an exclusive new culinary experience – ‘Flying Chefs’. This exciting new initiative will give guests the choice of some of Europe’s finest chefs and a chance to enjoy an incredible dinner, created and cooked by their chosen chef, in the privacy of one of Scott Dunn’s luxury chalets.

Guests can choose from a line-up of six highly-acclaimed and revered culinary talents Monica Galetti, Pierre Koffmann, Alyn Williams, Andrew Wong, Sat Bains and Mauro Colagreco.

Booking a Flying Chef is the ultimate way for Scott Dunn guests to celebrate a special occasion, entertain clients or friends, or purely enjoy the unique opportunity of watching a top chef close at work. Guests will have exclusive access to their chef to ask any burning questions over a glass of wine, and perhaps even receive a short kitchen masterclass.  With respect to the distinct culinary style and identity of every Flying Chef, the experience will be completely tailored to the tastes of each individual set of guests making this a hugely bespoke and decadent dining experience.

THE CHEFS

The line-up of Flying Chefs are all culinary heavy-weights both in the UK and internationally, are frequently included within best restaurant lists, with many having worked at Michelin star level.

Monica Galetti
Samoan-born New Zealand chef Monica Galetti opened her first restaurant, Mere, in Fitzrovia earlier this year alongside her husband David, fusing classic French flavours with South Pacific influences. Before venturing out on her own, Monica spent the last 16 years working at the prestigious two Michelin star Le Gavroche, where she rose through the ranks to senior sous chef. She has been a judge on the BBC series Masterchef: The Professionals since 2009. www.mere-restaurant.com

Pierre Koffmann
Pierre Koffman began his culinary career at Le Gavroche with the Roux brothers, before opening the brothers’ Waterside Inn in Bray in 1972 and winning two Michelin stars. Pierre then went on to open his own restaurant, La Tainte Claire in 1977 which was awarded three Michelin stars. After briefly retiring in 2003, he made a comeback with a pop-up restaurant on the roof of Selfridges in 2006 and then opened Koffmann’s at The Berkeley which he headed up for six years. Pierre will be opening a brasserie in central London later on this year. www.pierrekoffmann.co.uk

Alyn Williams
Alyn opened Alyn Williams at The Westbury in Mayfair in 2011, which was awarded a Michelin star within its first year. Before that he was head chef under Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley, which received a second Michelin star during his time there and where he work  for five years. Alyn’s innovative and playful cooking style, partly inspired by French techniques, exudes creativity and elegance. www.alynwilliams.com

Andrew Wong
Restaurant A.Wong in Victoria serves authentic regionally inspired Chinese cuisine, including London’s most talked about dim sum menu. In 2017 the restaurant was voted number three in the UK at the National Restaurant Awards. A Wong has also received three AA Rosettes and a Bib Gourmand from the Michelin Guide Great Britain and Ireland. Andrew won Chinese MasterChef in the UK in 2013 and recently launched his debut culinary cook book entitled ‘A.Wong – The Cookbook.’ www.awong.co.uk

Sat Bains
Sat Bains is chef patron of Restaurant Sat Bains with Rooms in Nottingham. Since opening his restaurant in 2002, he has been awarded two Michelin stars, the ultimate 5 Rosettes accolade from the AA, 9 out of 10 in the Good Food Guide and three honorary university degrees. He has made numerous television appearances including the Great British Menu, Saturday Kitchen and The Roux Scholarship. www.restaurantsatbains.com

Mauro Colagreco
Italian-Argentine born Mauro, who has two Michelin stars, is chef patron of restaurant Mirazur in Menton, on the Cote D’Azur and this year was voted number four in the world by the World’s 50 Best. Mauro’s early career saw him work in some of Paris’ best kitchens including L’Arpège for Alain Passard and at Alain Ducasse at the Hotel Plaza. He established Mirazur in 2006, in a modernist building with sweeping views of the Mediterranean which offers elegant yet simple food championing fresh local produce from the Italian / French border.

For more information visit www.scottdunn.com

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