On Tuesday 14 January, Porsche Centre Solihull was delighted to sponsor a very special Michelin Star cuisine evening at Hampton Manor.
Two Michelin starred chefs were in attendance: Birmingham’s very own Glynn Purnell and Rob Palmer, Head Chef of Peel’s Restaurant (at Hampton Manor). Together they served up a delicious four-course meal with a Indian theme.
The first course was a Pork Nargis Kebab, followed by Glynn’s famous Monkfish Marsala from the Great British Menu. Guests then enjoyed BBQ venison created by Rob Palmer and a dessert of Rhubarb and Custard by Glynn Purnell.
Porsche Centre Solihull placed a Cayenne Coupé and a 911 GT3 RS outside the entrance to Hampton Manor, for guests to explore. Over a hundred guests were in attendance and the evening was a huge success with guests buzzing with anticipation and excitement.
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