Keeping with this week’s International theme of America and the talk held by Roy Sandler on Importing and Exporting to North America, we thought we would try a famous American Style dish and go for a Steak Dinner Evening.
There has been much hype over the last few years with the popular American TV series “Hell’s Kitchen” being taken over by a well known British celebrity chef, restaurateur and television personality. So we booked a table at Marco Pierre White’s Steak & Alehouse in Liverpool Street, in the hope that we would get to see this famous icon, which unfortunately we didn’t. Marco Pierre White was youngest chef ever to have been awarded three Michelin stars and his success is known all over the world.
There was a great response to the event from our members and we had a nice mixture of potential members, new members and the wise members from the past. A few large TV screens surrounded the restaurant providing the lighting with country open fires displayed. The food was good, with a 3 course meal from a set menu which included a good size steak which is what most members opted for and a lovely selection of deserts and optional coffee’s to top off the evening.
By Nadene Jones, JCI London Social Director
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This post was written by Sarah Beckwith