We were thrilled to hear some recent news from Chefs Academy graduate, Tanya Young who for the last 3 years has been running Knife & Fork, her ‘pop-up’ home restaurant that has developed quite a following.
“I am thrilled & delighted to find out that Knife & Fork is a new entry in the 2018 Good Food Guide.”, says Tanya. “Just to be in the same publication as Nathan Outlaw, Jason Atherton and Sat Bains, to name but a few, is truly amazing! Who would have thought that a totally gluten free home restaurant in Deddington, Oxfordshire would be inspected and included in The Good Food Guide?”, she says.
Home restaurants are becoming very popular as an alternative way to eat out and Tanya has been earning rave reviews for the quality of her food and dining experience.
“I serve a set five course set menu with additional complimentary drink and canapés to start and petits fours with tea or coffee afterwards. I decide what to cook based on availability, seasonality and what I fancy delighting my guests with on the night. Not knowing the menu is all part of the dining experience”, she says.
Tanya graduated from our Professional Culinary Diploma programme 3 years ago before going on to set-up her restaurant.
You can find out all about Knife & Fork at her website www.knifeandforkeatery.co.uk