Organisers of the upcoming Lost Village Festival, which takes place in a secluded woodland near Lincoln between May 27 and 29, have released a limited number of tickets for a Michelin Star dining experience.
Lost Village was launched for the first time in 2015 and quickly gained national acclaim for its unique music shows, global food and performance arts in an abandoned woodland village, near Norton Disney.
This year, the programme has been expanded to include the introduction of Tribal Banquets; a four course meal by Michelin Star level chefs.
Lost Village organisers have released a very limited number of tickets for local foodies, who can simply purchase a ticket directly for the banquet on Saturday, May 28, without needing a festival ticket.
The exclusive experience is curated by Michelin-starred chef Michael O’Hare, who recently featured on Masterchef and was cooking on Saturday Kitchen last weekend.
He’ll be cooking alongside Lee Westcott from London’s lauded Typing Room restaurant in a clandestine woodland hideaway, away from the bustle of the main festival.
The pair have specially designed the menu, which will include Michael’s signature fish dish, as featured on the BBC’s Great British Menu.
The experience will also include a selection of cocktails designed by Grey Goose. Their signature summer serve, Le Grand Fizz, will be served as the banquet commences, whilst the meal includes Grey Goose’s take on the classic Espresso Martini.
Festival organiser Andy George said:
“It’s not often the city plays host to chefs from Michelin-starred restaurants, let alone in such a unique environment, so we’re extremely excited about this.”
Tickets are available now for £69, which includes the four course menu, red and white wine, Grey Goose cocktails and still or sparkling water.
The sitting is 6.30pm, with entry from 5.30pm. It also enables banquet guests to enjoy some of the entertainment across the rest of the festival for the evening, which includes comedy from Katherine Ryan (recently appeared on Live At The Apollo) and a lake performance created by the Lost Village creative team.
Check out the menu: