On 30th October, a line-up of women from the hospitality industry will host a special charity dinner at The Wilderness restaurant in Birmingham
This October, a handful of the UK’s chef talent will team up for a takeover of The Wilderness restaurant in Birmingham.
The Women In Hospitality Charity Dinner on 30th October will see chefs, bartenders and sommeliers host a special lunch to celebrate women in the hospitality industry, all whilst raising vital funds for two charities: Anawim, Birmingham’s Centre for Women and The Burnt Chef Project, which helps to fight mental health stigma within the hospitality trade.
The lunch commences with two cocktails, followed by three courses paired with complementing wines. The set menu begins with an arrival cocktail, before guests enjoy snacks, three courses, three paired wines, petit fours and a digestif cocktail.
The cocktails will be provided by Katie Rouse of Couch, a Stirchley cocktail bar named one of the UK’s top 50, and Eve Green of Passing Fancies, a Digbeth-based cocktail bar headed up by an award-winning trio.
The first course has been created by Michelin-trained chef Poppy O’Toole of Poppy Cooks.
The main course will be provided by Angelina Adamo, Simpsons alumni and founder of tuttoAPPOSTO, and MasterChef: The Professionals finalist Louisa Ellis.
The dessert has been crafted by Georgia Frend, Sous chef at Michelin-Starred Simpsons Restaurant and Farah Chaudry of local bakery and coffee shop Pause Birmingham.
All dishes will be accompanied by a wine pairing provided by Abigail Connolly of local wine bar Arch 13 At Connolly’s.
All profits will go to Anawim and The Burnt Chef Project.
The Women In Hospitality Charity Dinner has been created by chef Angelina Adamo, bespoke and private chef catering to the Midlands and beyond. The dinner is priced at £67 per person.
Angelina Adamo, Founder of tuttoAPPOSTO, said,
“I am over the moon to share the news that we will be taking over The Wilderness on 30th October for the Women In Hospitality Charity Dinner. We will be raising funds in aid of Anawim and The Burnt Chef Project, two charities which provide amazing support to women in Birmingham and within the hospitality industry. It is so special that we are able to bring this incredible line-up of women together for this dinner. If you are interested in booking, then please run, don’t walk!”
Bookings for the Women In Hospitality Charity Dinner can be made via The Wilderness restaurant’s website: https://www.exploretock.com/thewilderness/