BBC Good Food dinner at Claridge's

Join us for a special BBC Good Food dinner at Simon Rogan's Michelin-starred restaurant, Fera at Claridge's, London


What is it?

We are thrilled to invite you to an exclusive BBC Good Food dinner at Simon Rogan’s Michelin-starred restaurant, Fera at Claridge’s, in London on Sunday 18 January.

Tickets for the three-course dinner, including welcome drinks and specially selected wine with every course, cost £99 each. This also includes a table visit from the sommelier, who can discuss the menu and your choice of wine. It is sure to be a truly memorable experience so book now to guarantee your place!

You can book tickets by calling 0844 412 4626* (*Calls cost 6p per minute plus network extras.) Or by visiting See Tickets


The date:
Sunday 18 January 2015

The place: 
Fera at Claridge’s, London

The time: 

The occasion: 
A gala dinner for Good Food readers, with a menu of highly seasonal produce cooked by Simon Rogan and his senior team. **

The price: 
£99 per head, including welcome drink on arrival, selection of canapés and a three-course lunch, including wine with each course. The sommelier will talk to you about the food and wine choices at your table – PLUS you will receive a goody bag of gifts worth £50.


Simon Rogan’s culinary career has seen phenomenal success in the past decade or so since he opened L’Enclume in 2002. Located in Cartmel, Cumbria, L’Enclume has since garnered two Michelin stars and a host of other accolades, including Best Restaurant in the UK by the Waitrose Good Food Guide 2015. Simon’s distinctive and inventive cooking style is inspired by his love of seasonal all-British ingredients. Simon has since expanded his restaurant portfolio with two additional sites in Cartmel – Rogan & Co and The Pig & Whistle – as well as extensive farm acreage and two restaurants in Manchester at The Midland Hotel – The French and Mr Cooper’s House & Garden, both launched in 2013.

** The above menu is a sample only. The best seasonal produce is favoured in Simon's cooking, which means the menu may change depending on the freshest ingredients that are available on the day. 

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