Top chefs to offer spectacular meal at Plateau
A quartet of Michelin-starred chefs are working together to make a once in a lifetime meal at Canary Wharf.
The four will be at Plateau later this month at a charity dinner to celebrate a decade since the restaurant opened in Canada Place.
The chefs - Simon Hulstone, Tim Allen, Adam Gray and Plateau's own Allan Pickett - will prepare a course each for a set menu on October 14, with proceeds going to the East End Community Foundation and The Royal Marsden in an evening dubbed Four For Two Charity Dinner.
Other special events coming up include cigar and rum tasting on September 24 and a vintage wine tasting on October 7.
Meanwhile, on October 5, Chef Pickett will be running a pasta and gnocchi cookery course.
The restaurant was one of the first to open in Canary Wharf.
Head of reservations Jane Zamit, who has been on the staff since opening day in 2003, said consistently good food and service kept customers coming back.
"There's been some really eventful times here," said the former model. "We've had Batman filmed in the restaurant, as well as a host of adverts and a huge Bollywood film. The King of Spain and John Major, countless players and managers from the football world have had dinner here. It's been a great time.
"People say you're always smiling, but I just love coming to work."
Tickets for the Four For Two Charity Dinner cost £85 each.
Go to plateau-restaurant.co.uk.