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The Great Bath Feast

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The Great Bath Feast

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The Great Bath Feast makes a welcome return to the city in September 2021. 

In association with The Bertinet Kitchen, the much-loved event kicks off with a weekend of celebrations from 24 - 26 September. Expect a packed programme of chef demos, supper clubs and a buzzing Milsom Street market showcasing the very best locally sourced food and drink plus artisan produce from further afield. 

The line-up currently includes Richard Bertinet, owner of The Bertinet Kitchen cookery school and founder of the Bertinet Bakery; Chris Cleghorn, head chef of the Olive Tree restaurant with three AA rosettes under his belt and his first Michelin star in 2018; Ping Coombes, winner of the coveted MasterChef trophy in 2014, owner of Ping’s Makan Supper Club and Ping’s Masak Cookery School; and the trailblazers of vegetarian cuisine in Bath since 2013, restaurant and grocer, OAK. Also on the line-up are Gary and Dan Rosser from Bath seafood favourite The Scallop Shell, Dan Moon, Head Chef of Yuzu by Dan Moon, a fine dining at home box delivery service located on the outskirts of Bath, Noya Pawlyn of Vietnamese cafe and Supper Club Noya's Kitchen, and Group Chef Director of THE PIG Hotels James Golding. Gavin Edney from The Elder restaurant, Pravin Nayar from Castle Farm in Midford, and renowned seafood chef Nathan Outlaw complete the line-up.

The Feast will then continue with a series of fringe events across the city until 31 October. 

Sponsored by Visit Bath and Bath BID, The Great Bath Feast promises to bring you the very best in food and drink, appealing to locals and culinary connoisseurs from far and wide. 

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