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Aiden Byrne Announces Residency at LOST

Liverpool born super-chef and Wirral favourite, Aiden Byrne, is heading back to LOST, Wirral’s most unique supper club and events venue, for a series of very special fine dining experiences.

Following the success of his recent, sell out supper club earlier in the year, the highly acclaimed chef will now be taking up residency at the popular dining destination. Three new dates have been announced, with Aiden promising ‘exciting seasonal menus and a culinary adventure’ for diners from across Wirral and beyond.

Aiden Byrne Announces Residency at LOST

The acclaimed chef, who is still the youngest person ever to have been awarded a Michelin star, said he is ‘beyond excited’ to be heading back to Wirral on regular basis and is already planning some exciting new dishes for his summer, autumn, and Christmas dates.

Aiden said:

“We had an amazing night at our supper club back in February. It was fantastic to see so many old faces and meet a whole host of new foodies, who all seem to have embraced the concept at LOST. We are delighted to be returning and can’t wait to try out some exciting new dishes alongside some of our classic favourites.”

Aiden will be running his ‘Taste of the Season’ supper clubs on Monday 17th June, Monday 7th October and a very special festive fine dining event on Monday 2nd December.

Early release tickets are now available for Aiden Byrne at LOST, and owner, Dave Loughlin said that feedback from guests has been overwhelmingly positive.

“Aiden’s night was absolutely incredible. It was great to see him out and about, chatting to guests and delivering a bit of theatre at the tables. We’ve already built a loyal following for LOST and we are really pleased that the concept seems to have resonated so well with local foodies.”

Aiden, who has been at the helm of some of the regions most acclaimed restaurants, has been resident chef director for sixteen years now at his 2 Rosette gastro pub, the Church Green in Lymm.

Working alongside his wife Sarah, the pair have transformed the site into a leading gastronomic hub, offering elevated pub-classics as well as regular fine dining events. During lockdown, the couple refurbished a section of the pub to create, what has become an award-winning deli, selling a range of local produce and Aiden’s famous hand-crafted pies.

To find out more about Aiden’s dates and other supper club events at LOST, please visit the website.

READ MORE: LOST OPENS ITS DOORS IN THE WIRRAL

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