Selfridges flies in top chefs to celebrate Year of Mexico

Mexican cuisine
Experience the taste of modern Mexico at Selfridges

Foodies with a taste for Mexican fare will be salivating at the chance of a lifetime to enjoy the handiwork of the country’s most sought-after chefs at Selfridges in London.

The Mexico Tourism Board and the luxury department store have collaborated to fly in some very exciting names in contemporary Mexican cuisine including Benito Molina of Manzanilla restaurant, Manalo Banos and Daniel Ovadia to celebrate the official Year Of Mexico.

Until May 13th, diners can book tickets to exclusive foodie experiences hosted by these cookery creatives and discover their innovative tasting menus, complete with wine pairings. Even better, those booking tickets through the Selfridges website will be entered into a prize draw to win a trip for two to Mexico!

With the dining experiences selling out fast, you can still sample some authentic Latin American flavours in Selfridges’ food hall, which has been transformed into a Mexican market complete with pop-up cocktail, cheese and coffee stations, while Harry Gordon’s Bar & Kitchen invites customers to get behind the bar for a tequila masterclass with expert mixologists Tomas Estes and Carlos Leal.

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