GS Systems is supporting Action Against Hunger’s Too Many Critics fundraising event in London this year (5 June 2016) by offering a great flying experience during the charity’s Live and Silent Auction on the night.
The event takes place at the Ceviche Old St, a new restaurant house in the legendary Alexandra Trust Dining Rooms.
Several of the country’s top restaurant critics will experience life on the other side of the pass – donning chef whites to prepare exclusive dishes featuring Peruvian superfood ingredients.
This year’s critics include Bill Knott (The FT’s How to Spend it), Lisa Markwell (Former editor, The Independent on Sunday), Jay Rayner (The Observer) and Rebecca Woollard (Delicious Magazine).
“We attended the Manchester event (where over £19,000 was raised to help people less fortunate than us) and liked it so much that we’re delighted to offer a rather unique prize. You really do get a different perspective of life and the UK looking downwards from a couple of thousand feet,” said Niels Nielsen, GS Systems managing director.