Knutsford Market Hall launches its first supper club | Knutsford Times

Knutsford Market Hall launches its first supper club

By on March 24, 2019

Knutsford Market Hall is holding it’s first ‘Supper Club’ on Thursday 25th April.

Ollie and Steph Chadwick of the Market Café have used Ollie’s background in French cooking and devised a menu with a Gallic slant.  The meal will be complimented with wines specially selected by Morgan Edwards and available to purchase on the night. The menu uses fresh ingredients sourced from fellow traders in the market hall making the ‘club’ a true team effort.

The menu is three courses and includes a glass of fizz with tickets costing £25.00 per person.  The number of tickets is limited to 20 ensuring an intimate and cosy evening. There will also be a small   raffle on the night in aid of the market’s chosen charity – Knutsford Royal May Day.

Ollie Chadwick said, “We love what we do here in the Market Café, producing top quality food in a very small space! This Supper Club will take it one step further and we will be showcasing some extra special food to enjoy on the night.  We have some top-quality traders in our market and this menu makes use of everything we have to offer the community”.

Tickets are available to purchase now and are available to buy from either Morgan Edwards Wine Fines or The Market Café.

Knutsford Market Hall is open every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 8am to 4pm. The Market Café also open on Wednesday. Shoppers at Knutsford Market can find everything for dinner from, fruit and veg, wine and a great range of meat, poultry and fish.  There is a café and you can buy women’s and children’s clothing and accessories and gifts. Alongside this is a photography stall offering a full range of both consumer and corporate photography services.

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