Hosted by writer, restaurant critic and Food Chain Patron, Jay Rayner this menu has an element of mystery and surprise, with some of the dishes created from surplus food sourced from local suppliers. Part of the first Evening Standard London Food Month programme.
The menu will be created by guest chefs who will call on their creative culinary skills to conjour up a fine feast using ingredients donated by generous suppliers. It will feature mid-summer seasonal flavours, and we can guarantee a plate to suit all palates.
The Food Chain kitchen is at the heart of our charitable work. It is where we bring people together for the preparation and sharing of nutritious and delicious food. Our fundraising suppers have the benefit of being both fine feasts and a way of supporting our charitable wo...
The Food Chain is a charity that supports people living with HIV via nutritional services. Our supper clubs aim to profile the fresh talents of the London food scene whilst raising funds to support the delivery of our work.
By attending our events, you'll be treated to delicious meals from top quality chefs while also supporting our work in helping people living with HIV in London to get well and stay well.
Come meet us, eat well and feel good!
The Food Chain is a charity that supports people living with HIV via nutritional services. We are the only charity in the UK who do this by providing dietetic advice, grocery deliveries, communal meals and cookery & nutrition classes. Eating well & regularly is important for people living with HIV to give their medication the best chance of working properly.
Our supper clubs aim to profile the talents of the London food scene whilst raising funds to support our work. Our kitchen, where we deliver our essential services, is in King's Cross and can seat 45 people so plenty of room for you and your friends, and the opportunity to make new ones too!