21 Jun Charity Dinner At Jesus College July 2013 – review
This time it isn’t a secret location! We’re keen to shout out loud, that Jesus College Cambridge has drummed up the Michelin star chef’s, Simon Hulstone from The Elephant in Torquay and Adam Bennett from Simpsons Restaurant in Birmingham to create some magnificent food together with their team for the charity dinner at Jesus College on the 5th of July in aid of MAG.
Just in case, you don’t know what MAG stands for; the Mines Advisory Group. MAG doesn’t only serve a very good cause, but they organise some great events like this and holidays too to raise money. As a keen cyclist I quite like their cycling holidays abroad. Next year Laos is on the agenda. A great way of exploring countries like this in a very different way and supporting MAG at the same time!
But for now; press the button below to book this magnificent dinner at one of the historic colleges in Cambridge!
At Jesus College Cambridge on Friday 5th July 2013 raising money for
Tickets are £100 per person and include a drinks reception followed by a 4-course meal served in the College’s magnificent Hall with courses cooked by Michelin star chefs, expertly selected wines to accompany each dish and the opportunity
to bid in an auction of exclusive items.
Simon Hulstone: Chef Patron, the Elephant, Torquay
1 Michelin Star, 3 AA Rosette Award, Roux Scholarship Winner 2003
Adam Bennett: Head Chef, Simpsons Restaurant, Birmingham 1 Michelin Star, 3 AA Rosette award, highest ever placing by a British competitor in the Prestigious 2012 Bocuse d’Or Culinary Competition
Jesus College Chefs
Student Chefs from Cambridge Regional College
Book your tickets and tables now through our website http://www.cambridgecharitydinner.co.uk/ Only a limited number of tickets are available. Book Now to avoid disappointment
Location: Jesus College, Cambridge Drinks Reception 7.15pm Dinner 8 pm Dress: Black Tie
All proceeds go to MAG (Mines Advisory Group) an international humanitarian landmine clearance charity. The money raised will help save and rebuild the lives in some of the world’s poorest communities.