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Wirral restaurant welcomes renowned Liverpool chef Paul Askew for special event – Birkenhead News

Liverpool’s favorite super chef Paul Askew has announced that he will be bringing his famous restaurant The Art School to this side of the water for a special dining event.

Paul and his team will take over the kitchens at Lost on Thursday 6 June. Guests can expect an evening of world-class dining as The Art School makes Lost their second home for the evening.

Housed in a restored barn close to Claremont Farm, Lost has reinvented peninsula dining, creating a venue for guests seeking a unique, high-quality dining experience.

As a local himself, Chef Askew is passionate about supporting food businesses, growers, purveyors and emerging talent across the region and said he has been following developments at Lost with interest since they launched last October.

Askew said: “I visited Dave and the team at Lost before they opened and was blown away by the space. I liked Dave’s vision for the supper club concept and could see that The Art School’s offering would be a good fit once they got up and running.

“We have a lot of loyal guests on the Wirral so it felt only right to bring our very special concept across the water for one night and we look forward to meeting old and new patrons at our takeover on June 6.”

Chef patron and owner of the Art School for the past nine years, Paul is renowned for his classic and innovative fine dining experiences. An advocate for attracting, inspiring and retaining the best talent in the industry, his team consists of a number of young chefs under his tutelage.

Lost owner Dave Loughlin said the team were “over the moon” to have Chef Askew and his team on board, saying: “Paul has been a great support since day one and has been at the top of our list in terms of looks at the guest chef. takeovers since we first developed the supper-club concept.

“We are honored that he has agreed to join us for this very special dining experience and look forward to delighting our guests with his culinary genius on June 6.”

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