Celebrity chefs have backed a new initiative to ‘bring the restaurant look home’ so foodies can serve up a feast thanks to Goodfellows at Home.
Jason Atherton, Kenny Atkinson, Hus Vedat and Daniel Watkins are just some of the famous chefs supporting this new initiative.
G&G Goodfellows is famed for supplying Britain’s best restaurants with tableware, glassware and cutlery – with top chefs turning to owners Valda and Paul Goodfellow for advice on the best dinnerware and bakeware to serve their food and drink from.
Now the company has launched Goodfellows at Home, meaning avid foodies can turn their own dining room and kitchen into a trendy-looking restaurant, wowing guests at dinner parties with posh plates or being bang on trend when it comes to casual dining.
Here we give you the inside scoop on what four celebrity chefs use in their restaurants and how to achieve the look at home…
The Trend: Classic White
The Chef: Celebrity chef Jason Atherton is world renowned for his diverse collection of restaurants, spanning from London to Shanghai. His vast experience has made him the master of global cuisines which shines through his dishes, bringing innovative flavours in an elegant, creative style.
Get The Look: Classic white is the perfect canvas to show off the finest ingredients and your best of British cooking.
Key pieces include 1. Narumi Forest Plate Matt & Shiny (28cm), £19.26, 2. Narumi Cool Coupe Deep Plate (28cm), £30.22, 3. Narumi Esprit Chappei Bowl Matt & Shiny White (9cm), £9.61 and 4. Narumi Esprit Bowl Matt & Shiny White (14cm), £10.86
The Trend: Modern British
The Chef: Born and bred in Newcastle, Kenny Atkinson is a proud Geordie who put the ‘Toon’ firmly on the foodie map with his Michelin-star restaurant, House of Tides. Passionate about natural and sustainable food, Kenny’s menus change regularly and are inspired by the fresh flavours of each season.
Get The Look: Modern British cooking lends itself to the drama of mixing different tableware shapes, textures and tones.
Be inspired with 1. Montgolfier Ubud Charger Plate (28cm), £62.17, 2. Montgolfier Boreales Bread Plate (15cm), £33.89, 3. Les Guimards Gres De Puisaye Plate (22.5cm), £23.19 and 4. Les Guimards Basic Soup Plate in Grey (16.5cm), £23.47.
The Trend: Earthy Tones
The Chef: Top chef Hus Vedat’s London restaurant Yosma takes inspiration from the streets of Istanbul. Hus describes his food philosophy as being simple. “Choose good ingredients from producers that are passionate. Treat those ingredients with respect. Lick them with fire and let them shine,” says the famous chef, who is known as the face of Turkish cuisine.
Get The Look: From kofta burgers to spiced lamb wraps, serve your Turkish cuisine on earthy toned, small plates – ideal for sharing.
Be bold with 1. Bonna Coral Flat Plate (26cm), £10.18, 2. Bonna Vanta Bowl (18cm), £9.98, 3. Bonna Gourmet Flat Plate (17cm), £3.87 and 4. Bonna Moove Rect. Plate (36x25cm), £28.34
The Trend: Sexy Plates
The Chef: Chef Daniel Watkins is an Instagram sensation thanks to his delicious-looking, perfectly-plated ‘food porn’. Enthusiastic about the power of veggies, Daniel’s frequent vegetarian and vegan dishes are colourful, delicious and nourishing.
Get The Look: Plate up like a pro with sexy plates that really set the tone.
For the wow factor, go for 1. Ceramiche Bucci Dinner Plate (24cm), £23.89, 2. Udo Debecker Tarron Deep Round Plate, £44.22, 3. Mesa Piu Large Plate Juras Stone (30cm), £17.46 and 4. Bonna Vanta Bowl, £3.71.
All items available from www.goodfellowsathome.com – Additional 5% off online until August 31.