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Auction Against Hunger 2016, Hawker House - Street Feast

Auction Against Hunger 2016

On Thursday 26th May, some of London’s most press-worthy and exciting chefs will unite under one roof, the new Street Feast venue Hawker House in Canada Water, to cook up Michelin-starred quality dishes street-food style for the fourth annual Auction Against Hunger in aid of Action Against Hunger.

Tickets to this year’s event go on sale at 11am on 17 March and are £60, which includes entry to the event, six dishes from the menu before 8pm (and free for all after!), pint-sized cocktails from the Hawker House bars, and even more drinks from Wondering Wine Co, Kamm & Sons and Sipsmith Gin. All proceeds from ticket sales go directly to the charity. Register your interest today before ticket sales go live! 

Auction Against Hunger 2016
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Auction Against Hunger 2016

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Event Details

Date: Thursday, 26th May 2016
Time: 6.00pm – 11:30pm
Dress Code: Casual 
Ticket Price: £60 per person
Street Feast Hawker House
Canada Street
London, SE16 2XU

Announcing our Chefs & Traders 

This year's Auction Against Hunger brings the World’s Greatest Menu to London for one night only. Some of Britain’s best chefs including Francesco Mazzei (Sartoria), Hamish Brown (ROKA), Jack Stein (The Seafood Restaurant), James Lowe (Lyle's), Jose Pizarro (Pizarro Restaurant), Lee Tiernan (Black Axe Mangal), Neil Rankin (The Smokehouse), Nieves Barragán-Mohacho (Barrafina), Nuno Mendes (Chiltern Firehouse), Robin Gill (The Dairy), and Shaun Searley (Quality Chop House) come together with the capital’s most talented street food traders including B.O.B.s Lobster, Born & Raised, Breddos, Rola Wala, Smokestak, and Yum Bun for an evening of superb food, great drinks and lots and lots of auction lots.

Don't miss this year's biggest indoor street food party of the year!    

Read the blog and take a look at the pictures from last year's epic Auction Against Hunger

The Event

Action Against Hunger hosts the night in collaboration with Street Feast. Over the past four years, Auction Against Hunger has raised over £320,000 to help support Action Against Hunger’s work saving the lives of malnourished children and providing families with access to safe water and good nutrition.

This year's 16-dish strong menu includes Cuttlefish Croquetas with fennel aioli from Barrafina; The Quality Chop House and The Dairy will together create Barbecued Denver Steak with confit potato, fennel kimchi and burnt cream; Lamb Heart Kebabs from Lyles and two brand new dishes created by Breddos in collaboration with Nuno Mendes - grab a friend and go sharesies on their Pork Tacos with pecan mole and bay leaf yogurt and Tamale Verde de Credo y Pipian. PLUS Shake Shack are providing non-stop burgers and fries if you’ve still got room. 

The Auction 

As well as a silent auction throughout the evening, guests can bid on some brilliant experiences in a live auction hosted by Christie’s. An online auction will also take place on London foodie website Hot Dinners in the weeks running up to the event.

A sneak peak at some of the prizes on offer for food-lovers:

  • Dinner cooked at your house by The River Café
  • £1,000 Rum Bash in the House of Bamboo at street food arena Dinerama for you and up to 20 friends 
  • Sake Dinner at Shackfuyu for 14 people hosted by Ross Shonhan 
  • 8-course tasting menu for ten people at HKK, hosted by Chef Tong in their private dining room.  


Find out more 

Follow us @auctionhunger for live updates about this year’s Auction Against Hunger event

If you have any questions about the event, please don't hesitate to get in touch with Laura James on 020 8853 7584.


I feel very privileged to have worked in the restaurant industry. We are so lucky to be able to afford to choose what we eat and drink in this country and a wonderful business, full of fantastic people has built up around this fact. Ultimately, what drives me, is the fact that child malnutrition is a solvable problem. I do not feel that we are pouring money in to a black hole - I feel that we are working towards an end. An end that will see the end of child hunger around the world.
Action Against Hunger supporter Ben Maschler










Photo credits:  © Jonathan Dunne