A GENEROUS chef who has cooked lots of of dinners for the weak is getting ready to dish up his closing meal and is looking on residents to assist form the menu.
Patrick Robinson, 38, is the top chef on the widespread Lock and Barrel, in Connaught Avenue, Frinton, and has been within the trade for the previous 23 years.
Since December, he has ready greater than 300 lockdown lunches which have then been delivered on to residents’ by the Walton and District Group Foodbank.
Patrick has additionally cooked for employees in Sainsbury’s, Co-Op, and Walton pre-school, and most lately ready 117 lasagnes and stick toffee pudding desserts.
Subsequent month he plans to reopen the Lock and Barrel in step with the lifting of sure coronavirus lockdown restrictions, so will now not be capable to assist the mission.
To mark his closing farewell the gifted chef, who has labored in prestigious eating places, needs to provide the residents a selection over what meals they obtain.
Mr Robinson mentioned: “I hope everybody has loved their meals to this point and have put your orders in for this month.
“April would be the final month I’m able to produce these meals for the area people as I might be on the brink of reopen our kitchen on the Lock and Barrel.
“I believed let’s have some enjoyable with the final month and do a ballot of a selection of three fundamental programs and three desserts – the successful dishes might be served for April’s meals.
“I wish to say an enormous thanks to everybody.”
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