Moveable Feast: The restaurant-hopping event heading to Leeds

Deciding on a place to eat out is a dilemma which is all too familiar thanks to Leeds’ ever expanding dining scene.

With so many tempting options to choose from it’s hard to settle on just one, and it’s with that thinking in mind that inspired an exciting restaurant-hopping dining experience due to land in the city next week.

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The Moveable Feast

Arriving in Leeds on Wednesday 14 March, the Moveable Feast is an exclusive dining event launched by Action Against Hunger which offers guests the chance to dine at multiple restaurants all in the space of one evening.

The event brings together a selection of the city’s most sought-after eateries, taking food-loving guests on a journey around some of Leeds’ most intimate private dining rooms and exclusive areas.

Having enjoyed a successful launch event in Manchester last year, the charity is branching out and will bring the popular event to Leeds for the first time this spring.

What does it involve?

Food-loving guests will be treated to a drinks reception at cocktail bar Below Stairs, before being whisked between courses to the fine-dining restaurant HOME, the elegant private rooms of Iberica and Tattu, and finally to the chef’s table at Crafthouse.

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Along the way diners will be treated to four delicious fixed course menus of food, each paired with an accompanying drink.

The exclusive event allows for a limited number of 15 people per group, enabling food-lovers to experience a bespoke tour of Leeds’ exceptional dining scene in an intimate group hosted by some of the city’s most highly regarded chefs.

Fine-dining restaurant HOME will be serving a specially crafted menu for guests to enjoy (Photo: HOME)

Speaking of the event, Liz Cottam, co-creator of HOME said: “We welcomed the opportunity to get involved with Action Against Hunger’s first Moveable Feast event in Leeds.

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“We are putting on a special menu for what is set to be a very special dining experience across the city.

“By choosing to buy a ticket, our diners are making a real difference to the lives of malnourished children across the world.”

How to book

Tickets are priced at £80 per person, plus £3.20 booking fee, and are available to book here.

Guests will be organised into four groups of 15 people and any dietary requirement requests should be declared before 9am on Monday 12 March.

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Welcome drinks will be held from 6pm, with guests asked to sign-in between 6pm and 6.45pm, before heading to the first course venue. The estimated finish time is around 10.30pm.

All funds raised from the event will directly support Action Against Hunger’s work in ending child malnutrition in more than 45 countries around the world.

Guests must be aged 18 and over to attend.

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