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The B&C Club plays « Top Chef » in London – Season 3



Friday 29th March 2019

7:00 pm to 11.00 pm

At l'Atelier des Chefs, in Marylebone


Price Member (please login) 130£

Price non-Member : 230£




Friday 29th March 2019

7.00 pm to 11.00 pm



L’atelier des Chefs

19 Wigmore Street

Marylebone, London W1U 1PH


Claude Bosi is a French chef. He held two Michelin stars at his restaurant Hibiscus in London, which he closed in 2016. The restaurant was previously located in Ludlow, Shropshire, where his first Michelin starred restaurant Overton Grange was also located.

Bosi served his apprenticeship at restaurant Léon de Lyon. He moved on to work at a variety of Michelin starred restaurants in France including La Pyramide Fernand Point, Restaurant Chiberta, L’Arpège and Restaurant Alain Ducasse. He was working at L’Arpège when the restaurant won its third Michelin star.He moved to Ludlow, Shropshire, to become sous chef of Overton Grange in 1997. He became head chef, and in 1999, he won his first Michelin star whilst there.

Bosi opened his own restaurant, Hibiscus, also in Ludlow, in 2000. Within a year he had won a Michelin star, and in 2004 he was awarded a second.
Bosi was predicted to make an impact in food scene in the capital by other London-based chefs, including Philip Howard and Antonin Bonnet.

On 1 October 2016, Bosi closed his Hibiscus restaurant to become head chef at Bibendum in London, describing the move as a transition, saying: « This isn’t the end; we hope you will join us in the next chapter. »