In celebration of British food and producers, Tate Britain will be supporting the 2015 YBF Awards by carrying a bespoke YBFs menu in two exclusive events at The Rex Whistler Restaurant, Tate Britain.
Enjoy a Tate signature cocktail ‘Tate aged Negroni’ served in the BP Spotlight 1960 to 2000 rooms, followed by a sumptuous four-course dinner with matched wines. The dishes will be curated by the YBFs 2015 Chef Winner alongside those crafted by the restaurant’s resident chef Tony Martin.
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Tate has a long history of supporting British food producers and home-grown culinary talent, making our partnership with The Young British Foodies (YBFs) a natural fit. The partnership showcases our commitment to championing emerging young food and drink talent and our passion for serving the very best, seasonal British products.
The YBFs started in 2012 with the simple mission of shining a spotlight on the new wave of talented producers who were starting to hit the British food scene. Now firmly established in its role, as each year goes by, the winners roster gets ever stronger with some of the hottest emerging chefs, bakers, food writers and suppliers celebrated.
We have supported the YBFs for the past two years and on 15 September the 2015 awards ceremony will once again be hosted at Tate Britain.
The 2014 ceremony was followed by a menu featuring produce from the boldest, the bravest and the most exciting culinary brains in the country, along with dishes crafted by YBF 2014 Chef Winner Tomos Parry in Tate Modern's 6th Floor Restaurant.