The UK has a lot to thank France for – as the birthplace of classical cooking, it has influenced and shaped our own cuisine in all sorts of ways. We should be especially grateful for Claude Bosi, who after earning his stripes in the kitchens of Paris and Lyon, decided to come to the UK to develop his style and further his career.

A legend amongst his peers and known for combining highly skilled classical techniques with the world’s best produce, Claude Bosi is one of the best chefs in the UK today.

Born in 1972, Claude Bosi is the son of Italian parents who moved to France to open a restaurant. Claude was raised in Lyon, surrounded by food, where his passion for cooking and working in a kitchen began. Leaving France for England in his early twenties, Claude took up the position of sous chef at Overton Grange, a small restaurant in Shropshire. Claude impressed many, quickly, and was promoted to head chef within a matter of months. In January 1999 the restaurant received its first Michelin Star.

Having opened his own restaurant in 2000, Hibiscus, he was soon to be awarded a Michelin Star and 4 years later his second. In 2007 he relocated the restaurant to the capital, and following a few re-vamps he closed Hibiscus in 2016. In 2017 he moved into South Kensington’s iconic Michelin building to Bibendum.  Almost exactly a year later he was awarded two Michelin stars, a rare feat for any chef.


Tickets are £95 per person, which includes a 3 course dinner accompanied with a welcome drink.

7:15pm arrival, with a 7:30pm service start. 

  • Tables will be in Hartnett Holder & Co and will be family-style sharing tables
  • Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable
  • Adults only
  • The evening will start promptly at 7.30pm
  • Dietary requirements will be catered by the HH&Co Kitchen team, not our Guest Chef