Driven by a dedicated team of award winning chefs the quality of the food now on offer at four Timothy Taylor owned pubs is, according to the company`s Food Development Manager Adrian Sykes, comparable with many of Yorkshire`s top restaurants.
To Show case the standard of the fresh, locally sourced food a series of Food & Beer Matching evenings has been arranged at the Town Hall Tavern, Leeds, the Royal Oak, Ripon, the Woolly Sheep, Skipton and the Grouse Inn, Oakworth.
Adrian Sykes explained "Timothy Taylor is renowned for producing the very finest cask ales and never compromises on the quality of ingredients. Now we are out to demonstrate the food in these flagship pubs matches the quality of the beer. We`ve created an exciting 4 course menu and on each evening one of Taylor`s brewers will be on hand to show how the taste of the chosen beers match perfectly with the flavours of the food."
Heading the kitchen brigade at the Town Hall Tavern is award winning head chef Anton Scoones whilst Jonathan Murray is in charge at Ripon`s top bar-eatery the Royal Oak which boasts an AA Rosette. Jamie Rose leads the team at the Woolly Sheep and newly appointed Stephen Carr at the Grouse. Stephen was head chef at the renowned General Tarleton and has also worked at Seaham Hall and for Mal Maison Hotels.
Adrian Sykes added "All four will be cooking on their respective eveningsso we are in for a real treat"
The four dates are:-
Town Hall Tavern Monday 16th April
Royal Oak, Ripon Wednesday 25th April
Woolly Sheep Inn Thursday 3rd May
Grouse Inn Thursday 17th May
Full details on the menu and matching beers together with how to book can be found on each pub`s website:-
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