A prodigious team of talented UK chefs reunite this Autumn at Hospitality Action’s fundraising dinner – due to be held at the mesmerising, five-star Lowry Hotel.

On Monday 29th November, Paul Askew of The Art School Restaurant will host an impressive four course dining experience, inviting fellow chefs Ellis Barrie (Lerpwl) and Lisa Goodwin-Allen (Northcote) to help prepare, cook, and serve dinner for this momentous event. Also added to the bill is Michelin star chef Tom Kerridge, who will be preparing the main dish for the menu, and Gary Usher of Elite Bistros on dessert.

These four brilliant minds have been selected as part of Hospitality Action’s ‘Chefs at Home’ campaign, with each chef having contributed to the Chefs at Home cookbook published earlier this year. The cookbook contains over 100 recipes from 54 of the UK’s leading chefs, released to mark the one-year anniversary of the Covid-19 pandemic – a global disaster that brought Britain’s hospitality sector to its knees.

Since 1837, Hospitality Action has been looking out for the UK’s hospitality industry. Whether you work in a cafe, a bar, a hotel or a spa – the charity is available to all hospitality workers to receive vital help and support for whatever they might need, be it mental health or financial difficulties.

Now, in another admirable attempt to help those who have suffered during the forced lockdown(s) across the UK, Hospitality Action invite you to a seat at the table for the Chefs at Home Lowry Hotel Fundraising Dinner.

Tickets cost £120 per person – or £1250 for a table of ten – and include full access to cocktails and canapes, as well as the four-course dinner (with wine too). Guests can also take advantage of the live Q&A with Tom Kerridge, owner of the only UK restaurant to be awarded two Michelin stars: Hand and Flowers.

Mon 29 Nov, Lowry Hotel,
50 Dearmans Place, Salford M3 5LH
, £120
Sophie Cunningham
Published on:
Wed 18 Aug 2021