Hospitality Action will host an exclusive, money-can’t-buy dining experience at one of the capital’s most prominent hotels, Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London, Monday 17th June 2019, showcasing its important work to keep hospitality workers happy and healthy.
Established in 1837, Hospitality Action, the Hospitality Industry Benevolent Organisation, offers vital assistance to all who work, or have worked within hospitality in the UK who find themselves in crisis.
Seven of the country’s top chefs – all of them Patrons of Hospitality Action, will deliver an exclusive four-course menu, which will be revealed to guests on the night. Coming together to cook for one night only the stellar line up of chefs comprises Principal Patron, Jason Atherton, Tom Kerridge, Michel Roux OBE, Gary Usher, Paul Heathcote MBE, Ashley Palmer-Watts and Nigel Haworth.
Celebrated chef, Brian Turner CBE will host a live auction with prizes including dinner for 18 people in the Private Dining Room at Kerridge’s Bar & Grill. All funds raised on the night will go towards the charity’s work supporting hospitality employees who have fallen on hard times.
Hospitality Action’s Chief Executive, Mark Lewis commented: “We are incredibly fortunate to have such committed, skilful and high-profile chef patrons. To have them all in the same kitchen together cooking for our guests is unprecedented. Hospitality Action is a force for good and in uncertain times, we’re more determined than ever to surround hospitality people with our message to reassure them, that when life takes a wrong turn, we’ve got their backs.”
The evening will start at 6.30pm with tickets priced at £140 per person including a four-course menu with wines and a Moët & Chandon champagne and canapé reception.