Take a top Belfast restaurant, located in one of the best markets in the UK, an award-winning farmer, passionate head chef, mixed with prime cuts of Irish beef, cut and cooked to perfection and what do you get?
St George’s Beef Master Class in celebration of Great British Beef Week.
St George’s Market Bar & Grill is embracing the national food week by hosting a first-of-its kind Beef Master Class on Saturday 26th April, in partnership with Hillstown Farm, an Antrim-based, free range, rare-breed, ale fed, beef farm and stall-holder at St George’s Market.
The one-hour event aims to celebrate all that is great about Northern Irish beef, giving an insight into the most popular, the unique as well as the alternative cuts available, combined with simple but delicious cooking methods to transform the home cook -from how to cook the perfect steak to slow roasting & braising techniques.
Head Chef at St George’s Market Bar and Grill, James Bell is looking forward to the celebratory week: “The whole team at St George’s are extremely excited about Beef Week and indeed our master class.
“We work extremely closely with our suppliers, selecting the absolute best from right here on our doorstep at St George’s Market.
“We have an abundance of exceptional quality, home-grown produce, much of which is ranked among the best in the world which is something which we are proud to serve and support.
“We want to shout about that, as well as help educate our clientele by holding a fun, event which is both inspirational and educational.
James concluded, “The event is open to food enthusiasts of all cooking levels and will give guests a chance to sample an array of different dishes on personalised tasting boards, all washed down with the obligatory glass of wine or ale.”
The one-hour event commences at 4.00pm on Saturday 26th April and tickets are priced at £15.00, which includes tasting plate and glass of ale/wine. Secure your place by calling 028 90240 014.
The restaurant will also offer a special ‘nose to tail’ menu throughout the week, for full details visit www.stgeorgesbarandgrill.com or visit the Facebook page.