PAST TOO MANY CRITICS EVENTS
2017 saw the critics take on Catonese cuisine at Hakkasan Hanway Place, and in 2016 the critics tried their hand Peruvian fare at Ceviche Old St. In 2015 the critics took on Merchants Tavern under Head Chef Neil Borthwick and Michelin-starred Chef Patron Angela Hartnett’s strict direction, watch the video of their experience below:
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Thanks to Action Against Hunger, I've seen first-hand how the money we raise in the UK transforms the lives of children who live thousands of miles away. We are all global citizens now, and it really is within our power to end child hunger in our lifetimes. I think future generations will hold us accountable if we don't grasp that chance.
Bill Knott, Food writer
temper are unique BBQ restaurants with a focus on New World wine and an innovative cocktail selection. Everything is prepared in house and cooked in front of your eyes, using only wood and charcoal in huge open kitchen fire pits in the middle of the room. Renowned chef and barbecue expert Neil Rankin opened the first temper with managing director Sam Lee in Soho in 2016. Their second opening, temper City, in 2017 focuses on curry and gin, and most recently opening temper Covent Garden in May, focusing on pizza and vermouth.
Champagne Taittinger has supported Action Against Hunger for over a decade, and have kindly donated champagne to many of our events, including past Too Many Critics dinners. Champagne Taittinger is widely available in restaurants and on the high street at Waitrose, Tesco, Sainsbury’s Majestic, Harrods, Fortnum & Mason and many independent specialists.