We are always going to love eating, but if we can eat and do a bit of good at the same time then there is no stopping us. Two of London’s favourite restaurants som saa and Pitt Cue are joining forces to create dishes to serve at each other’s restaurants, throughout April, to raise money for Crisis (som saa’s chosen charity) and Farms Not Factories (Pitt Cue’s), so cue us eating.
Co-Head Chefs of som saa, Andy Oliver and Mark Dobbie have worked alongside Pitt Cue founder, Tom Adams and Head Chef, Oscar Holgado to give a twist to som saa’s Sai Oua, Northern Thai sausage by using Pitt Cue’s own Cornwall-reared Mangalitza pigs, with their house-made red curry paste, herbs and spices. Whilst if you drop into Pitt Cue you’ll find a dish of deep-fried day boat fish with sour fruits, dried shrimp and sweet fish sauce.
Grab your pals, get a date booked in and get eating – it’s all for charity after all.
Each special will run from the 1st – 30th April. som saa will donate 50p of each dish sold to Crisis and Pitt Cue have chosen to donate the same amount to Farms Not Factories.