Capital Club Bahrain to host Adam Byatt as part of its celebrity chef series
Continuing its Celebrity Chef series is Capital Club Bahrain, with Adam Byatt set to host dinners at the venue from April 17-19, 2018.
Over the three days, Byatt will share his cuisine with guests; he runs restaurants including Trinity, Upstairs and Bistro Union.
Capital Club Bahrain general manager Sumeet Jhingan said in a statement: "It is the perfect opportunity to have the East meet the West in a culinary combination to allow our guests and members to experience different cultures through their dishes."
Exposed to the world of cooking from a very young age, Essex-native Byatt was inspired by his grandfather, a cook in the Army, and his mother, a professionally trained chef. By the age of 16, Byatt was introduced to the Savoy Education Trust that offered him a placement at the Claridge’s Hotel, and started his culinary education at Bournemouth - via the Academy of Culinary Arts and a scholarship with Claridge’s.
He eventually became a sous chef for The Square, which earned its second Michelin star during his time there. In 2001, he opened his own restaurant, Thyme in Clapham.
In 2005 Trinity was launched in Clapham Old Town, earning its Michelin Star, as well as AA’s London Restaurant of the Year, Time Out Best New Restaurant, holding three AA rosettes for four years, and was voted top ten restaurants by Hardens and Zagat in 2010 and 2011.
Byatt then opened his second restaurant, Bistro Union, and the refurbishment of Trinity also saw the inception of his third venue in 2015, Upstairs. The newest venue earned its Bib Gourmand by the Michelin Guide in under a year of of its launch.
He has published three cookbooks, and is a monthly columnist, and contributes to a blog. Additionally, the chef has made numerous appearances on television and radio, as well as being a regular on BBC 1’s Saturday Kitchen. Byatt is also is a mentor to young chefs through his own restaurants and through the Academy of Culinary Arts.