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Michael Meredith At The Stamford Plaza Auckland


Michael Meredith prepares a special Valentine’s Day Dinner
At The Stamford Plaza Auckland


This Valentines at The Stamford Plaza Auckland, guests will be treated to a multicoloured journey of tastes, textures and ingredients created by award wining and celebrated Chef, Michael Meredith, of Merediths.

“Michael@Stamford is the very first time Michael Meredith has lent his expertise outside his own restaurant,” explains General Manager Paul Evans. “The Stamford Plaza Auckland is elated that we are able to secure Michael’s talent for our guest’s on Valentine’s Day.”

Guests will enjoy a glass of Moet Rose non vintage Champagne upon arrival, and then have the choice of a four course menu with food only for $110, or a four course menu with matching wines for $165.

Reservations are essential and must be booked by calling Tania Snell on 912 3008 or via email taniasnell@spak.stamford.com.au

“I am very excited by this opportunity to lend my creativity to The Stamford Plaza Auckland kitchen to provide a truly memorable dining experience on Valentine’s Day,” says Michael Meredith. “The menu will be inspired by a range of locally sourced products with my usual element of surprise.”
When Meredith’s won Cuisine magazine’s Restaurant of The Year in 2011, Head Judge, Kerry Tyack said that,”it is clear that Michael Meredith's food has developed a consistency in execution, married with a creative edge that makes it truly exceptional. Dining there is a world-class experience."
Have a Happy Valentine’s Day from The Stamford Plaza Auckland.
ENDS

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