Secret Dinner to ring in Liverpool’s New Year

The city’s most exciting and unconventional dining event is set to serve up its most elaborate menu yet in a city centre location this New Years Eve.

Organisers of the Secret Diners Club are collaborating with Hardman Street restaurant Buyers Club and taking over the unique dining room for a spectacular eight-course dinner.

Buyers Club’s open kitchen means that foodies at the dinner will be able to watch two of Liverpool’s most experiential chefs, viagra buy Michael Harrison and Daniel Heffy in action as they cook the sensational menu.

As with all of Secret Diners Club events, the guests will not know what they are eating until the dessert is served, as the set menu remains undisclosed right up until the last course leaves the pass.

Guests are handed blank menus at the start of their dining experience and are encouraged to interact and guess the courses throughout the evening.

The New Years Eve event at Buyers Club comes after Secret Diners Club hosted their biggest ever event at an empty warehouse on Blundell Street.

With the space being completely raw, this meant that the chefs had to deliver a six-course menu with a makeshift kitchen containing just two camping stoves and one oven.

Michael Harrison, co-founder and chef at Secret Diners Club, said: “We’ve been planning on cooking this particular 8-course menu for a while.

“However we wanted to wait until we had a full kitchen before treating our guests to it.

“2017 is going to be a big year for Secret Diners Club with many more events in the pipeline and we are looking forward to bringing you more exciting news in the new year.”