Metro presents: Sid at The French Café

by Metro / 04 September, 2018
Sid at The French Café.

Sid at The French Café.

Join us for an intimate dinner with new owners Sid and Chand Sahrawat.

Metro invites you to meet The French Café’s new owners at a special event on Thursday, October 4.

Join us in the renowned restaurant’s private dining room for a four-course meal prepared by Sid, crowned Best Chef in the Metro Peugeot Restaurant of the Year Awards 2018.

The bespoke menu includes canapes, market fish ceviche, quail with Meyer lemon, beef with smoked parsnip and goat’s curd, and a sumptuous chocolate dessert. Wine matches have been curated by The French Café’s sommelier.

An open-plan cooking station, shared tables and a relaxed pace mean you’ll be able to chat with Sid as he cooks. This event will showcase his skills in modern European cuisine.

The Sahrawats, the owners of Cassia and Sidart and winners of a host of awards in the Metro Peugeot Restaurant of the Year Awards 2018 including the Supreme Award, have now taken the helm at The French Café. The fine-dining institution has been renamed Sid at The French Café.

Tickets for Metro presents: Sid at The French Café are $200 per person and include canapes, a four-course dinner and wine pairing. Dietary requirements can be accommodated if advised when booking. Book online here.

Award-winning chef Sid Sahrawat.

Award-winning chef Sid Sahrawat.

Terms & conditions

Ticket holders and guests must be 18 years and over. Tickets are valued at $200 each and include a four- course meal with four glasses of matched wines. Additional alcohol or drinks must be paid for by the guest on departure from the restaurant. Tickets are not exchangeable for cash or transferable and cannot be on-sold. Metro Presents: Sid at The French Café will take place on Thursday October 4, 2018 at 6.30pm. Tickets must be shown at the door for entry. Transport to and from The French Café is not included. Tickets are non-refundable. By registering their details, guests give permission for Bauer Media Group (LP) NZ to send post, email and mobile text message updates. Bauer Media Group (LP) NZ and third parties authorised by Bauer Media Group (LP) NZ reserve the right to make or record film, photographs or other forms of moving picture, still picture or any form of them, during the event (including, without limitation, of guests) for media and promotional purposes. The Promoter is Bauer Media Group (LP) NZ.

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