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At a time when Marco Pierre White is more synonymous with steakhouses than culinary trailblazing, this Stamford Bridge restaurant is as close as he comes to a flagship site, with a menu that knows
how to deliver on pure indulgence. Tuna carpaccio is a suitably light option to start, with diners advised to save space for the gutsy, rich mains: from Dover sole with béarnaise sauce to rack of
lamb with dauphinoise potatoes, it’s time to put diets on hold & treat yourself to some Gallic clout. If there’s room, pair an English pud such as Eton mess with one of the dessert wines, in
preparation for a hefty bill. On match days, the spot takes on a different complexion, as an abridged menu aims to service supporters with speed & style.
The tousle-haired firebrand & enfant terrible of the 1980s restaurant scene is in resurgent form these days. Marco Pierre White's TV career is on the up, thanks to his appearances as front man on Hell's Kitchen in 2007, followed by Marco's Great British Feast a year later; further shows, including Kitchen Burnout are in the pipeline. The first British chef to be awarded three Michelin stars, he has worked for some of the godfathers of British cooking; Albert Roux, Pierre Koffmann & Raymond Blanc. In 1987 he opened Harvey's, a culinary stud farm that produced Gordon Ramsay & Philip Howard among others, & won two Michelin stars. After relocating to Le Meridien Piccadilly he gained a third star before hanging up his whites in 1999. He owns a clutch of restaurants, including The Criterion, his Frankie's chain of Italian pizzerias (run in partnership with jockey Frankie Dettori), & Marco, which opened in Chelsea's Stamford Bridge football stadium in 2007. He is also expanding his gastropub portfolio outside the capital.
Essential Details for Marco Grill
Address:Chelsea Football Club, Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road, London SW6 1HS
This offer is available from November 14, 2013 until November 14, 2018, subject to availability as displayed in the booking interface. Not available in conjunction with other offers. Offer excludes service.
Three-course set menu with a Sunday roast for £35, also receive a free signed recipe card from Roger and a discounted price of £20 for his book. For every mum dining for free, there must be two paying diners.
Available: Sunday 30 March.
Expires:30 Mar 2014
Booking in advance is essential. Please mention offer when booking.