Tom Kerridge collaborates with Hawksmoor on charity dinner

Chef Tom Kerridge of two Michelin-starred pub The Hand and Flowers and London steak restaurant Hawksmoor will join forces for the return of restaurant charity initiative A Good Dinner.

Huw Gott and Will Beckett, owners of Hawksmoor

The initiative raises money for three charities dedicated to reducing food and water poverty around the globe. Sponsored by Access Hospitality, A Good Dinner will return for a second time.

Established in 2017 by industry leaders including Will Beckett, co-founder of Hawksmoor and chairman of Rockfish Restaurants, and CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Chairman, David Roberts, A Good Dinner has raised crucial funds for Action Against Hunger, Magic Breakfast and The One Foundation.

Beckett said: “My colleagues and I have been so fortunate to have made our success in the world of food and drink, but the reality is that so many people are without access to food and safe water.”

The three-course dinner will be paired with a wine list curated by Bibendum, with cocktails from London cocktail bar Mr Foggs.

The event will also feature a silent auction, where guests will have the opportunity to win unique prizes gifted by businesses across the industry.

A Good Dinner will take place at Wild by Tart in Belgravia on 7 March. Further details regarding the event and how to purchase tickets can be found by contacting katy@agooddinner.org.uk

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