The gourmet harvest feast will consist of four courses showcasing sustainable, local produce.
Simpson said: “We believe sustainability makes business sense. It underlies everything we do. We are hugely excited about cooking in a village hall, which is a first for us, and will be quite different from cooking in a restaurant. We hope the feast will give Oxfordshire residents a taste of what we do at Orwells.”
The duo support campaigns such as save the bees, which will be reflected in the menu; the honey used in the dessert course will be from the chef’s own beehives.
The exclusive event is organised by Feast with a Chef – a programme run by food writer Clare Hargreaves which aims to bring fine dining to a wider audience in a more relaxed environment.
Previous events include village hall takeovers with included Nathan Outlaw, Michael Wignall, Matt Gillan and David Everitt-Matthias.
Orwells, within an 18th century pub, opened in 2010. It has also been named Restaurant of the Year 2017 by the Good Food Guide.