NEFF has partnered with MasterChef finalist Stacie Stewart to launch the first pop up restaurant where guests ‘pay’ for their meal in advance by Tweeting or Instagramming their take on a classic recipe using the #CookaholicsKitchen.

Opening for one day only on Monday 6 June, the Waitrose Cookery School in King’s Cross St. Pancras will be transformed into the NEFF ‘Cookaholics Kitchen’ which will play host to 20 lucky lunch (12 midday-2pm) and 34 evening (6.30pm-10pm) guests who will be able to enjoy five  courses created by TV chef Stacie Stewart. 

Expect a succulent Roast spatchcock chicken,  Slow-cooked beef rendang and an indulgent fish pie with black pudding crumble as well as a flavour-filled quinoa salad with sumac, gluten free sweetcorn fritters and an avocado salad, finishing with a decadent chocolate torte. 

Stacie Stewart says: “The Cookaholics Kitchen is about celebrating cooking, and eating good food. For me, cooking is all about feeding those close to you with delicious meals that make them smile. The British public experiment with their cooking now more than ever, given all of the amazing baking and cooking shows on our screens today and we want to encourage people to share and enjoy the special ingredients and creative additions that make our recipes our own. I love to experiment in the kitchen and like to add my own flair to classic combinations and hearty home cooked meals which I know will make them taste even more amazing and crowd pleasing.”

To book a place at the NEFF Cookaholics Kitchen, simply tweet or Instagram your take on a classic recipe using the #CookaholicsKitchen and @_BakeitYourself. Winners will receive two tickets (one for the winner and a plus one) for the 54 places and will be notified by email or social media to confirm their details and validate their entry on or before 6 June 2016.