Throughout the month of March, lucky diners will have the opportunity to experience special menus from top chefs at some of the most exclusive private dining rooms and venues across the UK.
These ‘Moveable Feasts’ will be in aid of international development organisation, Action Against Hunger, and will be held in London, Liverpool and Leeds. Guests at each event will attend a drinks reception before rotating between four restaurants, enjoying a different course at each venue. Action Against Hunger always put on the most exciting, money-can’t-buy events and this promises to be no exception – when else will you get the chance to sample a unique menu across four different restaurants on the same night?
London will see two special supper choose from:
The City – 12th March
Venues include the Grade ll-listed Greek Masonic Temple at Andaz Liverpool Street, Dan Doherty’s Duck & Waffle with its spectacular views from the 40th floor of Heron Tower, meat lover’s paradise Hawksmoor Guildhall, and Darbaar by award-winning chef Abdul Yaseen.
Soho – 27th March
This evening will be held at Jun Tanaka’s Michelin-starred The Ninth, the original Hakkasan – Michelin-starred Hakkasan Hanway Place, tapas lover’s dream Barrafina Drury Lane, and élite private members club Quo Vadis.
Ana Fonseca from Andaz – The Masonic Temple has said: ‘It’s always a pleasure for us to host events in the Masonic Temple and open it up to people who wouldn’t normally have the chance to see it. It’s such a special room and sometimes we forget how magical it can be to sit under the star gilded ceiling and enjoy a fine dining meal surrounded by 15 different types of marble. It’s all the more special when partnering with Action Against Hunger, a worthy charity we have worked with for 3 years now.’
In addition, this year Action Against Hunger will also be holding the unique supper clubs in Liverpool and Leeds. The Leeds event will take place on Wed 14th March in the city centre area, and the Liverpool event will take place on Thurs 22nd March in the Liverpool Philharmonic area of the city. A fifth event will take place in Manchester later on in the year.
Emma Cullingford, Head of Food Related Fundraising for Action Against Hunger said: “Guests are going to be in for a really special treat, dining at some of Action Against Hunger’s top supporting restaurants throughout London, Liverpool, and Leeds. Every course within each venue has been carefully thought about to give diners a unique evening filled with mouth-watering food and an experience they won’t forget”.
There are only 60 spaces available per event. Tickets are £80, including entry to the event, a drinks reception, and a 4-course dinner with drink pairings.
All funds raised will directly support Action Against Hunger’s work ending child malnutrition in over 49 countries around the world. Action Against Hunger hopes to expand the Moveable Feast and organise further exclusive events in more areas throughout the UK so keep an eye on the website for further details!