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What's OnSchool of Meatology at the Hippodrome Casino

Learn from the experts at this world first event, exclusively for meat-lovers!
  • Dates 13/03/2019 - 13/03/2019
  • Location The Hippodrome Casino, Cranbourn Street, WC2H 7JH
  • Price £££
Learn from the master MeatologistsJoin the Heliot Steak House at the UK’s first School of Meatology. A series of classes set up to spread the word amongst meat-lovers on how to cook the perfect steak. You’ll learn how to prepare beef and how to use all the various cuts for the best home cooked meal you can make.Classes are lead by Ioannis Grammenos, the world’s first Meatologist. Yes, that’s right. It’s just like mixologist, but for meat!Heliot Steak House, is voted Best Steak House restaurant in London by Booktable, so where better to learn about the perfect steak than here?No doubt that all the cooking and beefy aromas will whet the appetite, so the classes will also include a three-course dinner and expertly paired wines by Heliot Steak House’s resident sommelier Salvatore Russo.To reserve your tickets contact the Events Team at the Hippodrome on the details below:T: 0207 769 8888E: events@hippodromecasino.comWhen is it and what’s included?Tickets to this world first event cost £65 each, a small price to pay for the expert advice you’ll receive. But don’t take our word for it, read up on the latest Trip Advisor 4.5* reviews for the Heliot Steak House!The next Meat Masterclasses will be taking place on the following dates:
  • Wednesday 13th March
  • Wednesday 27th March
All Masterclasses start at 6pm and include the following:
  • Welcome Drink (either a glass of champagne or a cocktail)
  • Masterclass with Meatologist™, Ioannis Grammenos
  • Three course dinner & wine pairings in the Heliot Steak House
Read more about the Heliot Steak House here.Find out more about other events at the Hippodrome Casino here.

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