Putney Pop-up Restaurants – Haiti Earthquake Appeal

Posted on Thursday, 25th February 2010

During the month of March, the Phoenix Bar & Grill in Putney, in association with Action Against Hunger, will be hosting a series of pop-up restaurants to raise money for the victims of the Haiti earthquake. The chefs that will be cooking include Philip Howard from The Square, Rowley Leigh, Rick Stein, Bruce Poole, Helena Puolakka, Atul Kochhar, Patrick Williams, and Jesse Dunford Wood. Meals will be priced at £60.00 and at least 90% of the proceeds will go to charity.

For more details click on Putney Pop-Up.

The owner of the Phoenix Bar & Grill is Rebecca Mascarenhas, who also owns Sonny’s in Barnes and co-owns Kitchen W8 with Philip Howard.

And have you heard? Ferran Adrià plans to close El Bulli for good from December 2011 and replace it with a not-for-profit-academy for advanced cuisine!

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2 Responses to “Putney Pop-up Restaurants – Haiti Earthquake Appeal”

  1. Loving Annie Says...

    Hello Girl:)

    I know this is off-topic, but I heard that Roussilon’s Chef Alex Gauthier is leaving and will be opening up a new restaurant of his own in the beginning of May.
    Have you heard anything about this – and do any other foodies know where he will be opening up/what the name of his new place will be?

    http://www.gauthiersoho.blogspot.com and EGullet is where I heard the info., but not sure as to the accuracy.

  2. A Girl Has to Eat Says...

    Hi Loving Annie,
    I’m not sure but if I find out, I’ll let you know.