Top UK chefs cooking up a good cause

 (Action Against Hunger | Amy Murrell)
(Action Against Hunger | Amy Murrell)

There goes a saying “eat good to do good,” but how much of the latter do you actually put to the test? Here’s your opportunity...

Action Against Hunger have rallied together a bunch of big-name cooks— including Angela Hartnett, Neil Borthwick, Paul Ainsworth— for a one-off charity dinner hosted at Darby’s, London.

The top UK chefs will be cooking for a cause at the Chefs Up for Turkey and Syria event— raising urgent funds for those affected by the Syria-Turkey appeal.

Feast on a delectable four course meal prepared by Michelin-Star chefs Robin Gill, Nieves Barragán Mohacho, Angela Hartnett, Neil Borthwick, Paul Ainsworth, Francesco Mazzei, Luke Holder and Mitch Tonks. The evening will be led by Clerkenwell Boy and chef, tv and radio broadcaster Andi Oliver, with an unlimited raw bar and drinks to accompany.

And if that all doesn’t sound good enough to satiate your appetite, knowing you’re making a difference will be sure to do the trick. All donations collected by Action Against Hunger will go directly to the survivors of the recent earthquake. There will also be a chance for guests to bid on exclusive prizes in a silent and live auction– so get your purse out.

The humanitarian charity is raising urgent funds for those affected by the Syria-Turkey appeal— supplying families with food, sleeping kits, medical supplies, winter clothing and trauma support. Since the earthquake hit south-east Turkey and the north-west region of Syria, thousands have died and millions have been displaced. Don’t miss your chance to make an impact.

Dinner will be served at 6:30pm, Darby’s, London on Monday 27th February.

Tickets are £250 on limited release, available here