An evening of steak, star chefs and charity

Five leading chefs don their whites for Hawksmoor’s charity dinner in aid of Action Against Hunger

The Hawksmoor Guildhall in the City of London is the venue for the dinner
The Hawksmoor Guildhall in the City of London is the venue for the dinner

The Hawksmoor Annual Dream Team Charity Dinner will be held on March 23 at Hawksmoor Guildhall, in the City of London, to support Action Against Hunger. The menu will be prepared by leading chefs: with Selin Kiazim, founder of Oklava and Kyseri restaurants, on canapés; Brunswick House founder and executive chef at Mayfair’s Chess Club, Jackson Boxer, on starters; Hawksmoor’s own Richard Turner and Matt Brown cooking steaks; and Sticky Walnut’s Gary Usher on desserts. Since its launch seven years ago, the Hawksmoor annual charity dinner has raised over half a million pounds for Action Against Hunger, whose nutrition, sanitation and hygiene programmes help malnourished children in 50 countries. All proceeds from the sale of tickets (£150) will go to the charity.

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