Supper clubs are great, but a Social Supper Club with a good cause is even better. That’s exactly what’s happening at the Social Pantry this April. Top London chefs Adam Handling, Alex Head, Anna Barnett, Lee Westcott, Richard Falk and Robin Gill will all join forces with the young offender charity Key4Life. The charity’s ground-breaking work focuses on tackling the root causes of reoffending, and through their collaboration with the Social Pantry, have handpicked five young ex-offenders who have shown a special interest in the food industry to help devise a delicious five-course menu for the Social Supper Club.
Selected specially due to their hardworking approach to rehabilitation, each individual young man has been paired with a chef to help prepare, cook and serve a five-course menu to guests. Focusing on a course each, each individual will take part in a three-day restaurant work taster during the week prior to the event to produce an exclusive dish for the night.
The Social Pantry aims give a second chance to people, to support young offenders’ rehabilitation, and to raise awareness of the Key4Life scheme in a creative, positive and safe environment. Each chef has presents an opportunity for partnership, and enables them to gain invaluable work experience whilst showcasing their culinary talent to a public audience. Fine dining that feeds both your conscience and your belly? Sign us up.
Social Supper Club in partnership with Calvert 22 Space will take place Wednesday 26th April from 6.30pm – 10.30pm, with all profits from ticket sales being donated to Key4Life