TOP CHEFS will bring the best ingredients the South West has to offer to a pop-up restaurant in Miserden.

Chefs from StarBistro, National Star College and the bistro in Cheltenham’s Royal Crescent will whip up a tantalising menu for the unique eatery, located in Miserden's greenhouse café.

National Star's students have complex disabilities, so the two StarBistro's will give them the chance to realise their potential, cooking and prepping food in busy kitchens.

Joe Parke, head chef at the Ullenwood bistro, said: "I had my first job in a professional kitchen when I was 12 and have been hooked ever since.

"I’ve worked in rosette awarded restaurants and under Michelin starred chefs all around Great Britain and Italy.

"I am a massive champion of locally-sourced produce and firmly believe the Cotswolds and Gloucestershire have some of the most fantastic producers around," added Joe.

The evening meal starts with a charcuterie sharing board layered with temptations including duck prosciutto, beer mustard, beetroot and gin cured salmon.

For the main course, diners can choose between a whole roast saddle of locally produced Jacob’s lamb flavoured with garlic, lemon and rosemary or artichoke and parmigiana reggiano risotto.

In fact, The Garden Café in Miserden has been fated as one of the top ten most romantic gardens in the world.

A spokeswoman for the café said: "Our inspiration was to team up with top quality local chefs and offer something totally different in the unique environment of the greenhouse."

The dinner will take place on Friday, June 8 and places cost £35 per head for three courses, guests are invited to bring their own alcohol.

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