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Cooking course with top chefs opens at Cafe Football, Stratford

Executive Chef Brendan Fyldes commands the pass Executive Chef Brendan Fyldes commands the pass

Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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Reporter Freddy Mayhew gets a cooking lesson at Cafe Football in Westfield, StratfordReporter Freddy Mayhew gets a cooking lesson at Cafe Football in Westfield, Stratford

Restaurant Cafe Football – brainchild of footballing legends Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville – is once again throwing open its kitchen doors to the public and offering them a chance to learn how to cook.

Put all thoughts of bland burgers and burnt Bovril to the back of your mind, however.

Cafe Football’s menu has been expertly crafted by its creative director and two-Michelin-star chef Michael Wignall with executive chef Brendan Fyldes, who’s worked with top names including Marco Pierre White and Richard Corrigan, behind the pass.

The course will begin tomorrow at the restaurant in The Street, Westfield, Stratford City,

It costs £45 per person. Book tickets by emailing info@cafe-football.com or calling 0208 702 2590.

We went down earlier in the year to try out the experience first hand (click the link below to see a video).

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Video: Learning to cook with the chefs at Cafe Football

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