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Join a Culinary Crawl of Top Restaurants for Action Against Hunger

And you'll get to skip the queues at Barrafina...

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This charity event will move you both physically and emotionally…

Action Against Hunger Launch Nationwide Moveable Feasts

Hakkasan Private Dining Room

Hakkasan’s Private Dining Room

Foodies should reserve their spots now for Action Against Hunger’s latest initiative – a series of culinary crawls of some of the country’s top restaurants, all in aid of the charity.

Some of the finest restaurants in London, Liverpool and Leeds will open up their exclusive private dining rooms to put on a feast to remember – think starters and first courses at different Michelin-starred restaurants, the second course in a Greek Masonic Temple and dessert in an élite members-only club. Need we go on?

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Following the return of the trend for ‘safari suppers’, in which diners eat different courses at different houses, Action Against Hunger’s so-called ‘moveable feasts’ take the concept to a whole new level. Guests will rotate between renowned restaurants and sample a unique menu created especially for the occasion, as well as gaining access to usually closed-off venues. And if you book onto the Soho crawl, you’ll finally be guaranteed a seat at Barrafina…

“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” – Emma Cullingford, Head of Food Related Fundraising for Action Against Hunger

Duck & Waffle Private Dining Room

Duck & Waffle Private Dining Room

Action Against Hunger is an international development organisation that works to save the lives of malnourished children across the globe. All funds from the moveable feasts will directly support the charity’s work, so you have the perfect excuse to indulge guilt-free! For just £80 you’ll get entry to the event, a drinks reception and a 4-course dinner with drink pairings – and the knowledge that you’re helping end child malnutrition. Now that’s food for thought…

There are only 60 spaces available per event, so it’s time to get booking as we predict tickets will sell out very quickly.

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When & Where?

The moveable feasts will take place throughout March, across venues in London, Leeds and Liverpool.

Andaz Liverpool Street Masonic Temple

Andaz Liverpool Street Masonic Temple

There are two London dates – 12 March for the City crawl, and 27 March for Soho. For the City event, the restaurants are Andaz Liverpool Street (at the Grade II-listed Greek Masonic Temple), Duck & Waffle on the 40th floor of the Heron Tower, Hawksmoor Guildhall and Darbaar. The Soho event’s restaurants include Michelin-starred The Ninth and Hakkasan Hanway Place, Barrafina Drury Lane and private members club Quo Vadis.

The Leeds supper club will take place on 14 March in the city centre, while the Liverpool event will take place on 22 March in the Liverpool Philharmonic area of the city – participating restaurants to be confirmed. Stay tuned for more information on the final event which will take place in Manchester later in the year…

Tickets are £80 each – book here.

Find out more at actionagainsthunger.org.uk

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