Pop-up res­tau­rant to serve flavours of Mediter­ranean

Chef joins in­gre­di­ents firm to cre­ate mouth-wa­ter­ing menu for char­i­ties

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - NEWS -

CHRIS Wheeler, the cel­e­brated ex­ec­u­tive chef at Stoke Park, has teamed up with Be­lazu, the Mediter­ranean in­gre­di­ents spe­cial­ists, to cre­ate a pop-up res­tau­rant.

Christchurch church, in Up­per High Street, Thame, will be trans­formed into a res­tau­rant for the Thame Food Fes­ti­val on Satur­day Septem­ber 26.

Us­ing Be­lazu’s prod­ucts, Chris will be cook­ing up a mouth-wa­ter­ing menu for break­fast, lunch and din­ner, and all prof­its will be do­nated to the Be­lazu Foun­da­tion, which sup­ports im­por­tant causes both home and abroad.

“I am de­lighted to be cre­at­ing this won­der­ful pop-up res­tau­rant with Be­lazu and to raise money for the var­i­ous char­i­ties,” said Chris.

“I have worked with Ge­orge and the Be­lazu team for many years and have in­cor­po­rated their prod­ucts into many of my dishes, so I look for­ward to trans­form­ing Christchurch into a res­tau­rant and serv­ing up a spe­cial menu for guests.”

Ge­orge Ben­nell, owner of Be­lazu added: “The Thame Food Fes­ti­val is a melt­ing pot of all the best lo­cal pro­duce the area has to of­fer, so is the per­fect place to show­case our range of Mediter­ranean in­gre­di­ents.

“Pro­ceeds from the pop-up res­tau­rant will go to our foun­da­tion, which sup­ports three causes re­ally im­por­tant to us; a school in Ox­ford for chil­dren with spe­cial ed­u­ca­tional needs, as well as schools in Morocco and City Harvest. PER­FECT IN­GRE­DI­ENTS: Chris Wheeler will join Be­lazu to cook at a pop-up res­tau­rant. “Chris was one of our To make a reser­va­tion Poges, is Europe’s lead­ing first cus­tomers when we for break­fast, lunch or five red star ho­tel, spa and started in the early ‘90s, so din­ner, visit http://www. coun­try club, set among he was an ob­vi­ous choice thame­food­fes­ti­val.co.uk/ 300 acres of glo­ri­ous to get in­volved with our be­lazu-2/. park­land, lakes, his­toric pop-up res­tau­rant.” Stoke Park, gar­dens and mon­u­ments.

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