2-Star Michelin Chef to Join Renowned OC Indian Chef Geeta Bansal in Four Hands Dinner 10/8

Top Quote In celebration of its 30th year as one of Orange County's finest restaurants, Clay Oven will be presenting a series of special guest chef dinners. End Quote
  • Orange County, CA (1888PressRelease) August 29, 2015 - The first will be a four hands dinner with Mauro Colagreco, chef/patron of the two Michelin-starred Mirazur restaurant in Menton, France who will be joining Chef Geeta Bansal at Clay Oven (15435 Jeffrey Road, Ste 116, Irvine) on Thursday, October 8th, 2015. Chef Colagreco's Mirazur restaurant, part of the esteemed Relais & Chateaux network, is ranked #11 on the World's 50 Best Restaurants list. Colagreco is a well-known figure in the international culinary community and has a fanbase of gourmands and foodies across the globe. Chef Colagreco and Chef Bansal both share a passion for sustainable quality ingredients and maintain their own seasonal gardens to supply their restaurants.

    Such an event has no precedent where a chef of Colagreco's caliber and renown has cooked in a kitchen in Orange County. The six-course dinner with optional wine pairings will commence at 6:30 pm and will include a few surprises from both chefs. Seating for this exclusive event will be limited and tickets are $160 per person. Reservations can be made beginning August 21st by calling (949)-552-2851.

    At her award-winning restaurant, Clay Oven, Bansal prepares food that reflects her mastery of classic Indian cuisine with a modern spin. Her guest chef appearance at the prestigious James Beard House in New York City last year cemented her position as one of the nation's leading Indian chefs. Her loyal guests can always count on her keen culinary skills and diverse gastronomic repertoire, a result of her extensive world travels, for a memorable meal. Visit www.clayovenirvine.com.

    CONTACT: GROFF-HINMAN (562) 491-1000

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