The Cuckoo Kitchen was started by six friends who liked the idea of raising money for charity, but were unlikely to ever run a half-marathon. Instead, playing to their strengths, they decided to launch a restaurant where the proceeds from each evening are donated to a local charitable cause. They take over a pub kitchen four times a year, and on Monday 9th February they'll be cooking at the Baring, in Baring Street, N1, between Angel & Haggerston, for a meal featuring Goan osso bucco (full menu below) in aid of the Street Doctors charity. Please support them - sounds like a great night!
"Four times a year the Cuckoo Kitchen takes over the kitchen at a pub or restaurant to serve you seasonal food, deliciously prepared. Our winter event is on Monday February 9th at 7.30.
This season's menu:
Masoor dal soup
Goan osso bucco served with pilau rice and stir-fried green beans
South Indian paneer with tamarind and tomato, served with pilau rice and stir-fried green beans
Yoghurt and orange cake
Freshly roasted coffee from 92 Degrees
*all meat is sourced from the Ginger Pig, a butcher committed to good animal husbandry and welfare
This season's charity: Street Doctors
About this season's charity:
Street Doctors is a charity registered in the UK. We change the lives of high risk young people by giving them the skills they need to deliver life-saving first aid. But as well as saving lives we use first aid as a tool to educate and empower these young people, giving them confidence and a sense of responsibility for their actions, helping to change their attitude towards violence."
When - Monday 9th February, 7.30pm
Where - The Baring Pub, 55 Baring Street, N1 3DS
Tickets - £27.50 from Billetto here
Link 1 - Tickets page
Link 2 - Cuckoo Kitchen
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