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Chef Ben Marks to host charity dinner to support hospice following friend's death

06 April 2018 by
Chef Ben Marks to host charity dinner to support hospice following friend's death

Chef Ben Marks will host a charity dinner to support hospice care following the death of a friend.

The dinner will be hosted by Perilla restaurant in Stoke Newington, East London, and feature courses cooked by its head chef Ben Marks; Phil Howard of Elystan Street; Merlin Labron-Johnson and Joshua Meiseman of Portland; Gary Foulkes of Angler and Aaron Potter of Trinity.

Marks has organised the event to raise money for St Christopher's Hospice, which cared for his close friend Hamish Neve-Dunn, before he passed away from leukaemia last year.

The menu will include snacks and bread by Marks; steamed hispi cabbage with a coddled egg dressing, truffle, Parmesan and morels by Howard; roast scallop, stuffed pig's foot, Iberian ham and hazelnuts by Foulkes; pot roast chicken with sauce albufera and Boulangère potatoes by Potter; and blood orange curd with tarragon ice-cream and burnt meringue by Labron-Johnson and Meiseman.

Tickets will be sold for £90 per person, including wine, with all profits going to the charity. Click here to purchase a ticket.

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