Quo Vadis & Friends: Richard Corrigan
Richard Corrigan is a powerhouse of Irish cooking and an rabble rouser for good times, as anyone who has been to one of his notorious St. Patrick’s Day breakfasts will attest.
A farmer’s son born in County Meath, Richard has spent his life since adolescence in kitchens, opened numerous restaurants, gained Michelin stars, written two cookbooks, cooked for our late Queen and Barack Obama, won Great British Menu three times and now appears regularly as a judge. Indeed we love the distinctive Corrigan ‘but’ on GBM, which segues his hearty praise into measured criticism.
Richard runs Bentley’s, Corrigan’s and Daffodil Mulligan in London, as well as Virginia Park Lodge in Co. Cavan, Ireland and new The Park Café in Dublin.
He is known for championing and using solely wild game and fish, supporting small-scale British and Irish dairy farmers and making probably the best soda bread in the world. Guests on the night can expect three courses and a bite of classic Corrigan cuisine.
With thanks to our wine partners, Journeys End.