On 22 May, 12 of London’s top chefs will be battling for the coveted ‘dish of the night’ vote in London’s charity fine dining contest Meat vs Fish vs Veg.
Now in its third year, and with an added new ‘veg’ category, the competition is being held in Flatiron Square in aid of Hospitality Action and is open to everyone to attend. It will be the general public that decides the winner by selecting their favourite dishes on the night.
The 2019 line-up includes: Joo Won (Galvin at Windows), Adam Handling (The Frog Hoxton), Simon Gregory (Bluebird), Lewis de Haas (La Goccia at Petersham Nurseries) and Joshua Hooper (Bistro Union).
Four chefs will be battling it out, showcasing some of the capital’s best fine dining vegetarian cuisine. Alyn Williams (Alyn Williams at The Westbury), Jimi Tegerdine (The Gun, London) and Dale Osborne (Bistrot Bagatelle) have all already signed up to the vegetarian contest.
The event is sponsored and organised by luxury hospitality recruiter The Change Group in partnership with Flat Iron Square (London Bridge). The restaurants, chefs involved, organisers and venue all donate their time and ingredients in order to raise as much money as possible for Hospitality Action.
Hospitality Action supports people suffering from physical and mental life-changing illnesses and also helps people who are experiencing poverty, domestic violence, addiction, legal or financial difficulty and bereavement.
Visit https://meatfishveg.co.uk to book tickets for the event. Tickets cost £25 per person and include a meat, fish and veg dish, as well as a free drink.
Written by Simran Maini-Hoskins