An evening with Michelin Star Chef Tom Aikens, enjoy watching Tom get started on your first course, at our guest chef station, before taking your seat to enjoy a delicious three course meal prepared by Tom himself. This truly is the ultimate Chef’s Table, a special once in a lifetime experience for every foodie.
Pop-Up Dinner with Tom Aikens
Tuesday 14th May 2019FULLY BOOKED
19:00 - 22:00
3 Course Menu
Root & Stem Salad with Mandarin Dressing
John Dory, Cauliflower, Minted Squid, Jasmin
Green Tea & Yogurt
Includes welcome cava, wine, water, coffee.
Come and join us for a very special evening at mymuybueno Cookery School. We transform our school into a restaurant for one evening only to create a Pop-Up Dinner, making this a unique opportunity and an experience of a lifetime for any foodie. It’s the ultimate Chef’s Table.
Pop-Up Dinner with Tom Aikens
Tom Aikens is one of the UK’s most acclaimed and inspirational British chefs. With a father working in the wine industry and a childhood mostly spent gardening and cooking with his mother, Tom put food and the use of the finest ingredients at the centre of his life from a very early age.
His remarkable career took him to David Cavalier’s in Battersea, Pierre Koffman’s La Tante Claire, Joel Robuchon in Paris, Gerard Boyere’s in Riems and Pied-à-Terre to name a few. It was at the latter that Tom became the youngest British chef ever to be awarded two Michelin stars, aged just 26. Tom remained at Pied-à-Terre for five years, then going on to open his immensely successful eponymous restaurant, Tom Aikens (2003-2014), which won a Michelin star and rising 2 star in 2009.
Tom currently has 3 Tom’s Kitchen sites: the Chelsea original, which opened in 2006, Canary Wharf (2013), and the first UK site outside of London opened in Birmingham’s The Mailbox in December 2016. There are also 2 Tom’s Kitchen Delis, adjacent to the restaurants in Canary Wharf, Birmingham,
Tom also launched a new sharing concept, Pots, Pans & Boards, in Dubai (2015).
In October 2018 in Abu Dhabi Tom successfully launched 3 restaurants in the New Edition Hotel which is a ground-breaking hotel concept brought by Ian Schrager, in collaboration with Marriott International.
The concepts are Market at EDITION, an imaginative, healthy lifestyle restaurant open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with a focus on healthy, no waste, farm to table cooking, each kitchen will make use of each ingredient to its entirety.
The Oak Room, is a traditional English oak panelled restaurant, celebrating world-class Beef with a British rock ‘n’ roll flair, new- age steak house encourages with the very best produce, free from formality and pretense but always thoughtful and precise. Uncomplicated in approach, the menu will consistently showcase signature British dishes.
Then a coastal Mediterranean-style restaurant, called Alba Terrace, light lunches and sharing plates to linger over. Upon arrival to Alba Terrace, guests are greeted by a large brass clad aperitif bar, with bright lime oak wall pannelling, sheer curtains and vibrant plants, bringing the outdoors, in. The food has taken inspiration from the South of France and Provence and the coastal roads of Italy.
Tom has written three books; Cooking (2006), Fish (2008), and Easy (2011), and has made several appearances on television, reaching the final banquet of 2013’s Great British Menu on BBC2 in aid of Comic Relief, and is a regular guest on Great British Menu as a Judge and Great British Bake Off’s The Extra Slice.
Tom is dedicated to serving only the highest quality, ethically sourced ingredients and continually supports The Environmental Justice Foundation to raise awareness of illegal ‘pirate’ fishing and diminishing fish stocks. He also works closely with various charities including: the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Campaign, Royal Marsden Cancer Campaign and School Food Matters, where he teaches young children basic cooking skills.
Outside of work, Tom is an avid sportsman and has a great passion for cycling. He has entered races including the Marmotte, Luc Alphand and the Etape de Tour up Mount Ventoux. In addition to participating in several London Marathons, he also completed the Marathon des Sables in 2010, running six marathons across the Sahara Desert in five days to raise money for Facing Africa. In 2012, Tom was selected as a Torch Bearer for the London Olympics and carried the Olympic Torch through the streets of Chelsea.
We have featured Tom many times on our chef platform, mymuybueno Chefs In 2017, Tom was our first interview for mymuybueno Chefs Get Personal, you can read our interview with Tom here https://mymuybueno.com/tom-aikens/