Hong Kong’s Spanish Chefs To Cook For Charity At La Rambla On April 29
The coronavirus pandemic continues to hit countries all over the world, affecting businesses across the spectrum. The food and beverage industry is one that has suffered the most, especially in North America and Europe where the numbers of those affected have been staggering. In response to this, on April 29, eight Spanish chefs in Hong Kong will come together to collaborate on a charity feast at La Rambla to raise money for World Central Kitchen, a non-profit organisation founded by celebrity chef Jose Andres. The organisation aids in the serving and delivering of meals to frontline healthcare workers and vulnerable communities in Barcelona, Spain.
The one-night-only charity dinner will bring together some of the city’s most celebrated Spanish chefs, including La Rambla’s Ferran Tadeo and Daniel Gallo; Los Ibericos’ Borja Sanchez; Fofo by El Willy’s Alex Fargas; Rubia’s Martin Carrasco; Elite Concepts' Jordi Alcaraz; Pica Pica's Edgar Sanuy; and Miguel Gallo from Doubleshot by Cupping Room. The contemporary Spanish feast includes a 10-course dinner, a glass of welcome cava and a post-dinner gin and tonic. The dinner will take place at 7:00 pm on April 29 and is priced at HK$1,800 per person.