Relish are delighted to announce the collaboration with Pamela Chen, Cotswold owner of Pamela Chens Asia, Culinary Presenter & Speaker; in launching their new pop-up initiative – and it’s all in the name of charity.
Somewhere Else; the Relish-owned pub on Castle Street in Cirencester will host an Asian extravaganza this Friday from 5 pm until 9 pm, providing a mouth-watering selection of Asian dishes for all to enjoy. Pamela who is widely recognised in her field for delivering an inspiring and flavoursome journey into Asian cookery and culture has offered her services to help raise much needed funds for the Open Kitchen project that Relish committed to last month.
Open Kitchens a national food solution that brings together restaurants & their communities to fund, produce & deliver free meals to those in need
Their pledge to raise £11,000 to fund the cooking and distribution of over 6,000 meals for the vulnerable across Gloucestershire has started well with over 20% of funds raised so far. Relish has however promised to keep on cooking for as long as the donations keep coming, so they would love to be able to exceed their target!
The ingredients have been donated by the Relish Group and all sales from the Asian Pop-up will be donated to Open Kitchen.
The takeaway can be pre-ordered by simply selecting a choice of dishes and drinks, confirming the time for collection and making payment by card. Your meal will then be freshly cooked and ready for collection from Somewhere Else. All social distancing measures are in place to make the experience as safe as possible.