Gordon Ramsay and event caterer Absolute Taste team up

03 July 2007 by
Gordon Ramsay and event caterer Absolute Taste team up

Gordon Ramsay and event caterer Absolute Taste have entered into a partnership to make available the chef's Michelin-star wining cuisine outside of his restaurants for the first time.

Gordon Ramsay by Absolute Taste will be a bespoke menu option offered to the company's clients that it is promised will match the quality achieved in Ramsay's kitchens.

Ramsay said: "Absolute Taste is the closest I have ever had to a restaurant experience, its execution and flair is second to none. It seems to make cooking for 500 as easy as it is for five."

Founded in 1997 by McLaren F1 boss Ron Dennis and Lyndy Redding the company provides corporate hospitality for the racing team as well as catering at McClaren's Technology Centre in Woking, Surrey.

Absolute Taste also runs to branded cafes at Chelsea Harbour and Farnborough Airport, Surrey, as well as in-flight catering service.

Absolute Taste and the Tante Marie School of Cookery recently teamed up to offer a scholarship an aspiring chef.

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