Chef Takes Trip North to Serve Up Special Treat

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Chef Takes Trip North to Serve Up Special Treat


Byline: Barbara Hodgson Reporter barbara.hodgson@ncjmedia.co.uk

MARCO Pierre White was in Newcastle yesterday to serve up the second course of a two-day treat for diners at his city centre restaurant.

The celebrity chef and restaurateur created a special menu for customers at his Steakhouse Bar & Grill at Hotel Indigo.

"What people wanted in He says the venue has been going down a storm with North East foodies since it opened two years ago - and its success isn't all down to the food.

the 80s and 90s is not what they want the 52-yearold Leeds-born chef who famously gave back his coveted Michelin stars - after becoming the youngest ever today Marco Pierre White chef to win three - to take a different culinary direction, hosted a dinner on Tuesday and lunch yesterday and said: "Last night 90% of diners were regulars".

He sees the future of restaurants as being much more than what's on the menu.

"There's a buzz here and there's an element of glamour and romance," he said of the stylish surroundings, which have been designed to echo the famous Marco personality.

"I'm in the business of selling a night out; I'm not in the business of selling gastronomy.

"If we're really honest, when we go out for dinner it's about going out with family and friends."

The environment adds to the value of the night and if it isn't right "no matter how good the food is, you're not going back" he said. …

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