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Four-handed Dinner at Costes Downtown
Two passionate chefs will be cooking together in an exclusive, one-night only, four-handed dinner at Budapest’s Michelin-star restaurant Costes Downtown. Host Chef Tiago Sabarigo has invited his friend Chef Tomas Lidakevicius to concoct a memorable tasting menu, on February 10.
Best of Budapest online | January 19, 2018
About Tomas

Born in Lithuania, Tomas lived in the UK for the past ten years where he trained in some of London’s best Michelin-star restaurants, such as Galvin at Windows, Corrigan’s Mayfair and City Social. Currently, he is Head Chef at the Peninsula Restaurant at InterContinental London – The O2. Fun fact: He enjoys Rap music - he has even released an own album.
 
About Tiago

Portugese Chef Tiago Sabarigo has worked in the Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon, Petrus by Gordon Ramsay London and Texture, London. The perfectionist, hard-working chef names Aggi Sverrisson as his biggest influence ’food wise’, and Gordan Ramsay for standards and mentality. He worked together with Tomas in Texture – where the idea of presenting a four-hand dinner together was born.
 
The menu

Amuse Bouche
Poached Quail Egg, Parsley Mayo
Poached scallops, crosnes, sweet and sour dashi
Szóló Puro Furmint 2016, Tokaj

Torched monkfish, celariac, salicornia
Maison Roche de Bellene Bourgogne Chardonnay Vielles Vignes 2015

Grilled quail, spinach, red lentils
Roberto Voerzio Dolcetto d’Alba Priavino 2016, Piemonte

Roasted mangalica saddle, jerusalem artichoke, buckwheat
Marrenon Gigondas 2015, Rhone valley

Carrots & amp; Citrus
Chocolate, praline, parsnips
Lenkey 6 puttonyos Aszú 2000, Tokaj
 
Price
40.000 HUF +12% Service Charge without wine or 64.000 HUF +12% Service Charge with the wines. 
 
To book your table, send an e-mail to reservation@costesdowntown.hu. Please note that full payment is required in order to secure your reservation.
 
 
 
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