The Regent’s Feast (1817) (4/9)

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The seaside resort of Brighton was one of the Prince Regent’s (later to become King George IV) most favourite places to reside, constructing the grand Royal Pavilion that has become one of the most well known sites in the south. Hosting the Grand Duke of Russia and already a serial gluttoner, the Prince invited the most famous chef in the world at the time, Marie-Antoine Carême, to Brighton to whip up a feast for the ages. 127 courses later and it has made it onto this list. 

Written by James Metcalfe

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