Love Food Streat Festival for Action Against Hunger
Time Out says
Put your money where your mouth is at Flat Iron Square: the Southwark destination is hosting a one-off street-eats bonanza for charity. Action Against Hunger fights child malnutrition and provides access to safe water in nearly 50 countries, and loads of leading chefs are supporting it by cooking up a storm for the Love Food Streat Festival.
Among the culinary talents, you’ll find Nieves Barragán Mohacho, head honcho at the Michelin-starred Sabor, Peter Gordon of Crosstown Doughnuts fame and The Laughing Heart’s Tom Anglesea. Unlike some ticketed food events, it’s a great deal: entry gets you three courses, a drink and snacks.
Besides this one-off gourmet takeover, 183 London restaurants including Shoryu and Hawksmoor have signed up to add £1 to every single food bill until the end of October to raise cash for Action Against Hunger. Food for thought.