Menus Making Change is a supper club with a conscience. This social initiative by Phoebe Crowder of Cake + Cucumber, brings together delicious food with support and raising awareness of charity projects for the empowerment of women and girls.
In an industry predominantly led by men, Menus Making Change celebrates women in food. This collaborative event brings together five courses from the best supper clubs, street food and artisan producers in London.
Guests can look forward to Middle Eastern inspired dishes from Butcher + Bab (who brought you The Rolling Duck), Nutkin and Dinner Ladies; drinks and nibbles from an array of artisan producers; and dessert heaven from patisserie masters Laura’s London, Portobello Attic and Cake + Cucumber. Full menu to be revealed on the night but whether you’re a carnivore or plant lover, everyone can feast for a good cause.
The April supper club supports Wangu Kanja Foundation for women in Nairobi, Kenya impacted by gender based violence. The Foundation’s work focuses on provision and access to medical, psychological, psychosocial, and legal redress. They empower survivors helping them learn a skill or trade to thrive beyond past circumstance. Having recently returned from Kenya, we’re proud to support this inspiring event.
MENUS MAKING CHANGE
Not Quite Supper; Food For Thought
Menus Making Change on Saturday 14th April is a supper club with a conscience.
Saturday 14th April 2018
Tickets £40 BYOB: https://grubclub.com/menus-making-change-menus-making-change/21659