West Nottinghamshire College students to serve six-course graduation meal

Graduating students (from left) Rosie, Daniel, Craig, Dan and Emma practising in the kitchens of Refined.
Graduating students (from left) Rosie, Daniel, Craig, Dan and Emma practising in the kitchens of Refined.
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Cookery and hospitality students at West Nottinghamshire College are set to showcase their foodie flair and slick service at their graduation this evening.

Trainee chefs Rosie Bispham, Daniel Orwin and Craig Hadden will be working alongside front-of-house specialists Emma Etches and Dan Moore to put on a six-course dinner for 60 people in the college’s restaurant, Refined.

20-year-old Dan Moore, from Shirland, Derbyshire, said: “It’s a great opportunity to show what we can do.”

They will be serving up dishes from an imaginative menu that includes ‘Bovril’ jelly, confit salmon and ‘rhubarb and custard’ mille-feuille.

The students run the restaurant as part of their studies and will be graduating with NVQ Level 3 Diplomas in Professional Cookery and Hospitality Supervision and Leadership