A stellar line-up featuring many of the South West's most acclaimed chefs has been announced for the third Eat Drink Bristol Fashion.
Held in a pop-up tipi village in Bristol's Queen Square between May 1-18, the fine dining lunches and dinners feature appearances from a number of Bristol and Bath chefs, alongside several top chefs from Devon and Cornwall.
Two Michelin-starred Cornish chef Nathan Outlaw will make an appearance with TV chef Valentine Warner for a special 'Hook It, Cook It' event on May 2.
Bristol is well represented by Michelin-starred chefs Josh Eggleton (Pony & Trap) and Peter and Jonray Sanchez-Iglesias of Casamia, as well as Toby Gritten of The Pumphouse, Matthew and Ian Pennington of The Ethicurean and Indian chef Romy Gill of new Thornbury restaurant Romy's Kitchen.
They are joined by Michelin-starred Bath chef Sam Moody of The Bath Priory, Chris Staines of Bath's Allium Brasserie and Richard Davies of the Michelin-starred Manor House in Castle Combe.
From further afield, there are debut Bristol appearances from Paul Ainsworth of Padstow's Michelin-starred No.6 restaurant, Simon Hulstone of The Elephant in Torquay and Jack Stein, who is head chef at his TV chef father Rick's world-famous Seafood Restaurant in Padstow.
There is also expected to be a lot of interest in the May 9 dinner hosted by Dominic Chapman, head chef at Michelin-starred Berkshire pub The Royal Oak at Paley Street, owned by former TV chat show host Sir Michael Parkinson. Chapman has worked at a number of top restaurants and pubs including Heston Blumenthal's Fat Duck.
Tickets for this year's events go on sale tomorrow, March 18.