Simon and friends get behind Action Against Hunger event

Date published: 03 September 2018

After the success of 2017’s sell-out event, international development organisation Action Against Hunger will once again bring its Moveable Feast to Manchester to coincide with the city’s Food and Drink Festival.

On Thursday, October 4, 60 lucky diners will have the opportunity to experience a dynamic menu from some of Manchester’s top chefs and restaurants in some of the city’s most exclusive private spaces.

Guests will enjoy a drinks reception at the newly-opened Sunset by Australasia before rotating between four renowned restaurants, enjoying a different course at each venue.

It will offer diners an exclusive chance to sample a unique menu across different restaurants, whilst enjoying access to the amazing private spaces and dining rooms involved.

The lucky guests will enjoy food provided by:

·  Chadderton-based MasterChef champion Simon Wood’s Wood Manchester

·  Michelin Guide recommended Adam Reid at The French

·  Manchester’s most opulent dining room, Grand Pacific

·  Multi-award winning Asha’s Manchester

Superstar chef Simon, from Chadderton, said: “We're really looking forward to hosting the team from Action Against Hunger this year, and we'll be creating a special menu which will only be available to guests dining with us to raise money for the charity.

"Action Against Hunger is a great cause, and the work they do is vitally important, we can't wait to show the guests what we have in store for them!”

Matt White, Director of Fundraising and Communications at Action Against Hunger, said: “After an amazing launch in 2017, we’re excited to be coming back to Manchester for another wonderful Moveable Feast event.

"Guests are going to be in for a treat, dining at some of Action Against Hunger’s top supporting restaurants in Manchester, and sampling a unique menu.

"Every course within each venue has been carefully thought about to give diners an exclusive evening filled with mouth-watering food and an experience they won’t forget."

There are a maximum of 60 spaces available.

Tickets are £80, including entry to the event, a drinks reception, and a four-course dinner with drink pairings:

All funds raised will directly support Action Against Hunger’s work ending child malnutrition in nearly 50 countries around the world.

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