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Too Many Critics

What Happens When The Tables Are Turned?
This year’s Too Many Critics event is a unique opportunity for you to enjoy a memorable dining experience while supporting Action Against Hunger’s life-saving work.
The event will see some of the UK’s best-regarded food critics become chefs for the night, preparing an Indian-inspired four-course menu that will be open to critique by the chefs.
The critics taking part include Tom Parker Bowles (Mail on Sunday), Giles Coren (The Times), Grace Dent (The Guardian), David Ellis (Evening Standard), Adam Hyman (The Good Food Guide), Food Writer and Author, Rose Prince and Bill Knott (Founder, Too Many Critics)……. all under the guidance of our very own Chef Vivek Singh


“ Together with the late, great Charles Campion, I staged the first Too Many Critics back in 2001 and it was terrific fun. The next year, we took over The Cinnamon Club, and I’m delighted to be back there again this year, 21 years later, with my old friend Vivek Singh, who has generously forgotten what we did to his kitchen last time. But it’s all in aid of a terrific cause.  ~ Bill Knott, Co- Founder of Too Many Critics
” We are thrilled to bring back Too Many Critics to The Cinnamon Club after 21 years. What’s even better is that we have the most incredible line up of critics this year. My team and I at The Cinnamon Collection have loved supporting Action Against Hunger all through our 22 years and I can not wait to put the critics through the paces. Unlike last time, I promise they will be in the kitchen and not just in the bar.” ~ Vivek Singh
While the critics will be taking care of the cooking, they will be overseen by Vivek and our fantastic kitchen brigade. You can expect to feast on dishes like Slow braised leg of spring lamb finished in the tandoor, served with nutmeg and peppercorn sauce; and Tandoori morels filled with paneer and royal cumin, saffron rogan josh sauce. While guests enjoy a welcome cocktail, ‘The Big Bread Fight’ will see the critics get creative by personalising Tandoori breads with a variety of toppings to see who is crowned the overall naan champion.
Alongside the meal, there will be a silent and live auction with a spectacular array of prizes, including a four course dinner for two at Michelin- starred Trinity and a lobster and champagne lunch on the beach with an overnight stay at The Suffolk.
Tickets are on sale now.
It’s going to be a night to remember in support of a great cause.
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