Top chefs join forces to cook at fundraiser for Haiti earthquake victims

21 January 2010 by
Top chefs join forces to cook at fundraiser for Haiti earthquake victims

Five top chefs are to join forces to cook for a special fundraising dinner in London to raise money for the victims of the Haiti earthquake.

Chris Galvin of Galvin restaurants, John Burton Race, Atul Kochar of Benares, Herbert Berger of 1 Lombard Street and Vickram Purewal of Le Bouchon Breton will work side-by-side to prepare a five-course feast matched with wines at Le Bouchon Breton.

The event is organised by Foodpedia writer Sabrina Ghayour and will take place on Monday 8 February between 6.30pm and 10pm and cost £175 per head including food, wine and soft drinks. All proceeds are being donated to Action Against Hunger (

To book tickets, contact:, or call 07961 336 198.

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By Neil Gerrard

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