Here’s something to warm your cockles! Atul Kochhar (the first Indian chef to receive a Michelin star, no less!) will be shaking up your Sunday lunch in support of Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital.
Commencing 26th May, every last Sunday of the month will be dedicated to a three-course, zero-waste charity lunch, priced at just £25 per person. Not only will you be doing your bit for a truly great cause, but you’ll also get to feast on dishes which revolve around high-quality off-cuts from Kanishka (Kochhar’s Mayfair restaurant). They will be carefully vacuum packed and frozen and lovingly re-presented at Atul’s Zero Waste Sunday lunches – containing all of the dazzling flavours and signature flair of the cooking that he is famous for. Hurrah! Sounds like a win-win situation to us!
If that sounds like something you can get on board with, tickets to the first Atul Kochhar Zero Waste Sunday Lunch can be purchased here.