Action Against Hunger Launches Nationwide Moveable Feasts

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This May, lucky diners will have the opportunity to experience a number of dynamic menus from top chefs for one night only


These ‘Moveable Feasts’ are in aid of international development organisation, Action Against Hunger, and have been held in Liverpool, Leeds and parts of London, with the Mayfair event still to come.

Action Against Hunger is a global humanitarian organisation that takes decisive action against the causes and effects of hunger and aims to save the lives of malnourished children.

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Guests will attend a drinks reception before rotating between four renowned restaurants, enjoying a different course at each venue. This is an exclusive chance to enjoy unique menu experience across different restaurants, whilst enjoying access to the amazing private dining rooms involved.

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London has seen two of the supper clubs during March in The City and Soho, and will soon see the third London event in Mayfair.

Taking place in Mayfair, 1st May, diners will enjoy courses at Michelin-starred Gymkhana, Francesco Mazzei’s Sartoria, the decadent Park Chinois, and sophisticated French dining restaurant Aubaine.

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Emma Cullingford, Head of Food Related Fundraising for Action Against Hunger said: “Guests are going to be in for a really special treat, dining at some of Action Against Hunger’s top supporting restaurants in London. 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”.

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When: 1st May 2018
Wallet: Tickets are £80, including entry to the event, a drinks reception, and a 4-course dinner with drink pairings. Click here to book

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