Private dining restaurant Crockers Chef's Table in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, is hoping to raise £25,000 through a crowdfunding campaign.
The 10-cover restaurant currently located in an old bakery, is aiming to expand to a new venue, but is seeking support from fans of the restaurant to get the ball rolling.
The new venue will allow for 15 covers and the instillation of a bar area which will serve cocktails and wines.
Owned by restaurateur Luke Garnsworthy, Crockers Chef's Table encourages diners to get to know each other, and serves fine-dining cuisine in a small, intimate dining room.
MasterChef: The Professionals finalist Scott Barnard heads the kitchen, a role he took up in January this year. Guests at the chef's table are able to watch Barnard cook and plate their meals in front of them at the pass.
He uses seasonal produce from around the UK to dictate his menu.
On the Crowdfunder page, Garnsworthy writes: "We have secured a site nearby to move our current chef's table into. It will give us the scope to really grow into the experience that we know we can become."
Crockers is offering rewards in exchange for donations including a branded chef's apron (£30), a three-course dinner for two with matching wine (£100), a seven course tasting menu for two (£200) and a one off private party for 30 people with canapes and cocktails (£12,000).
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