Chefs from top London restaurants including Trinity, Elystan Street and Angler are joining together to host a one-off charity dinner at Perilla. They’ll be raising funds in support of St. Christopher’s Hospice who cared for Hamish Neve-Dunn a close friend of Perilla’s head chef, Ben Marks, who sadly passed away last year from leukaemia. So, Ben is getting his friends in the industry together to raise money in the way they know best.
The six- course menu will see each chef create a bespoke dish, so you can expect roast scallop, stuffed pig’s foot, Iberian ham and hazelnuts by Gary Foulkes of Angler, snacks and bread by Ben Marks whilst Merlin Labron-Johnson and Joshua Meiseman of Portland restaurant will be cooking blood orange curd with tarragon ice cream and burnt meringue. This is a great chance to not only raise money for a worthwhile cause but also try out cooking from six of London’s top chefs.
The dinner takes place at Perilla on Monday 16th April. Tickets include the six-course menu with matching wines.