When it comes to a setting for a meal, it's hard to beat the refined surrounds of the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, where you can sample Marcus Wareing's equally refined take on seasonal, British food at The Gilbert Scott, one of his stable of vaunted restaurants.
Many of you will know of Wareing – his face will likely be familiar from his time judging on MasterChef: The Professionals and Great British Menu – and his impressive cooking credentials: he was awarded his first Michelin star at the age of 25 and worked closely with Gordon Ramsay on the opening of the now-iconic Pétrus.
But now you can try his style of cooking for yourself, with an offer exclusively for Foodism readers. For just £35, you'll get an amuse-bouche, a glass of rosé, three courses from a set menu and homemade chocolates to take home.
Just to whet your appetite, here's a few of the dishes we've picked out: salt-baked beetroot with labneh, walnut and basil; Cumbrian pork chop with spiced prune, cabbage and chorizo; and banana caramel soft-serve ice cream with salted peanut brittle.
What you need to know:
- From a set menu
- Maximum of 6 diners
- Includes VAT, excludes service
- Starts: 01 May 2017 Ends: 31 August 2017
- Availability: Mon-Fri; 12:00-14:45