Michelin star chef Anton Piotrowski is coming to a pop-up near you

The head chef who won and retained a Michelin star for three years at a Plymouth pub is coming to Leeds to cook at a secretive and exclusive pop-up.

Anton Piotrowski, the Masterchef: The Professionals winner formerly of Plympton's Treby Arms, will be cooking at a two-night stint for King Street Social - a new dining venture from one of the people behind Noise of Strangers pop-up.

With their "of no fixed abode" philosophy, the location for King Street Social's events on Friday 4 and Saturday 5 of August remain a secret, but the menu has been released, with Piotrowski turning his fine-fining techniques towards dishes like cajun goat loin, ewe's yoghurt, and blowtorched lettuce, parmesan lollipop, and his signature take on carrot cake featuring a burnt orange sorbet.

What the menu doesn't mention is the tableware, fair play, not many restaurants do; but not many restaurants have chefs who serve courses straight onto diners' hands, either.

Piotrowski first introduced the concept of eating off your hands in Plymouth's Brown and Bear restaurant, which featured a similar tasting menu format, and is expected to take it to his new restaurant £100 a head Roski when it opens in Liverpool this August.

If he decides to cut back on the amount of washing up on the 4th and 5th of August, you could be eating your first course - frog bolognese with carrot spaghetti - off your own mitts. 

Tickets to King Street Social with Anton Piotrowski cost £55, for bookings and more information head to kingstreetsocialuk.com