Too Many Critics!
Sunday 8th July
6pm – 11.30pm @ temper City
Swapping air-conditioned offices for the flames of the six-metre-long grill at Neil Rankin’s temper City, some of the UK’s top food writers will be feeling the heat as Too Many Critics returns to London for its thirtieth edition on Sunday 8th July 2018.
Watch the tables turn as critics Bill Knott (FT’s How to Spend It), Adam Hyman (CODE Hospitality), Tracey MacLeod (The Independent), Joe Warwick (Where Chefs Eat) and Hugh Thompson (Delicious Magazine) tackle temper City’s live fire kitchen. Under the watchful gaze of a room full of chefs and restauranteurs, the critics will certainly be feeling the pressure as they cook up a bespoke storm for 140 guests.
As the critics sweat in the kitchen, legendary host Nigel Barden will guide guests through the evening of food, fun and fundraising with an exciting live and silent auction with the opportunity to bid on and win exclusive prizes including art, European getaways and bespoke chef masterclasses.
All funds raised on the night will go directly towards Action Against Hunger's work in nearly 50 countries worldwide.
By attending this event, you will be helping Action Against Hunger's mission to see a world free from hunger, carrying out innovative, lifesaving programmes in nutrition, food security, water, sanitation and hygiene.