Who’s cooking dinner? The question that has us hungry and excited for tonight, if it means we don’t have to cook ourselves… not to mention the gastronomy event of the season. Returning on 6th March for its 18th year, ‘Who’s Cooking Dinner?’ will unite world class culinary talent for an evening of fine dining shrouded in mystery to raise funds for research and treatment into leukaemia and blood cancers.
In a game of chef roulette, 20 of the country’s most celebrated kitchen masters will take part in the charity dinner which sees 200 guests assigned to their tables by random draw for a one-off table service experience. Diners will each enjoy a unique menu drawing on the signature cuisine styles of participating chef’s most famed restaurants paired with artisan wine expertly chosen by each establishment’s sommelier. Guests are invited to bid generously on the once-in-a-lifetime treat of having a top chef prepare them an incredible meal in the comfort of their own home, all to support Leuka, a leading UK charity which funds life-saving research into the causes and treatments of leukaemia and other blood cancers.
‘Who’s Cooking Dinner?’ was conceptualised in 1998 by fusion-style chef Peter Gordon of the Sugar Club, Providores and Tapa Room, after his sister was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia in 1994 and 18 years on, the event remains a highlight in the culinary calendar. Gordon joins a stellar lineup of chefs for the evening including Mark Hix MBE (HIX), Nuno Mendes (Chiltern Firehouse), Ruth Rogers MBE (The River Cafe) and Hélène Darroze (The Connaught). With so many big names in the industry gathering in the name of a fantastic cause, it is sure to be an unforgettable occasion.
‘Who’s Cooking Dinner?’ takes place on March 6th at Four Seasons, Park Lane. Tickets are available now.
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