Win Lunch at Alain Roux's 3-Michelin star The Waterside Inn, Berkshire @ Country & Town House

PRODUCT: Michelin lunch
Calling all foodies! Win the lunch of your dreams at Alain Roux’s three Michelin-starred The Waterside Inn, Bray, Berkshire. To enter simply insert your email address above…

Michel Roux opened The Waterside Inn and Le Gavroche with his brother, Albert, in the ’70s. At a time when black forest gâteaux and prawn cocktails were seen as the height of culinary sophistication, their assured culinary instincts helped to shape the gastronomic landscape of the UK.

Scores of chefs have trained in The Waterside kitchen including Pierre Koffmann, while the legendary Diego Masciaga- otherwise known as the master of customer service- has run front of house at The Waterside with clockwork precision since 1988. Along with Alain, Michel’s son, now Chef Patron, it’s a formidable formula that has led the restaurant to count 33 years with three Michelin stars- the only restaurant outside France to do so.

Table for two for lunch, any day apart from Sunday (restaurant is closed on Monday & Tuesday)
Glass of champagne on arrival at midday, with a tour of the kitchen before start of service
Lunch dishes to be chosen from à la carte menu, wines as chosen by our sommelier
RULES: Terms and conditions:

Entries must be received by 31 July 2017
Only one entry per person will be accepted
The prize is as stated and is non-transferrable and no cash or credit alternative
The winner will need to claim their prize within a year of competition date


Sorry redvers but it's all a load of over priced froggy tosh


Thank You


Sorry redvers but it's all a load of over priced froggy tosh

Actually I disagree, I have been there and it was très bien ensemble.

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