What is the one thing better than the warm and fuzzy glow you get from great food, great cocktails and great music?
The even warmer and fuzzier glow of knowing that you are making a difference to children, young people and families.
Enjoy all of the above with today’s deal on a ticket to the Action for Children Yes Chef! charity event at Platform at Argyle St Arches.
Street food, cocktails and music
Want to make a difference to young people in Scotland – and have a really good time in the process?
Then grab a ticket for one person to the Yes Chef! fundraising event at Platform at Argyle St Arches on Thursday 14th November.
Taking place from 6pm till 11.30pm, this colourful themed night will include a choice of arrival drink, selection of global street food and one Felons Gin cocktail crafted to complement the cuisine.
Comedian Gary Faulds, who has sold out the Armadillo for later this year, will host the evening. Entertainment will be in the form of live music, magic and street performers.
Delicious sharing platters
Your arrival drink will be a choice of Felons Gin cocktail or bottle of Tennent’s. Next up, you can tuck into globally influenced street food dishes served on sharing platters with three starters, three mains and one dessert. The menu looks a bit like this:
Korean fried chicken bao bun dish
Spiced crab cake / mango salsa / coriander oil dish
Sliders – surf & turf po boy / bacon cheeseburger / cauliflower falafel dish
Chicken makhani / basmati rice / pomegranate chutney / naan dish
Lemon sole taco / marinated salmon taco dish
Crispy polenta sweet potato hash / halloumi
Churros served with award-winning New Lanark ice cream
Vegetarian and vegan options will also be available.
Note that you will be seated at a mixed table, so why not get a group of friends or colleagues together to support a really good cause?
Action for Children
Yes Chef! is an Action for Children fundraising event supported by 5pm.co.uk, Tennent’s Training Academy, Felons Gin and Platform at Argyle St Arches, to name a few.
Your food will be carefully crafted and cooked by the young men supported by Action for Children’s Moving On project.
On the night, you will see first-hand the journey some of the young men from the project have been on. For more info, please see the event page.
This night is part of Action for Children’s Moving On Service, which helps hundreds of young people across Scotland. Fundraising will also take place throughout the evening, led by your host, Gary Faulds.
Make a difference
Whether you are a die-hard foodie, live music lover or just want to help out Action for Children, this event is for you.
As well as enjoying drinks, street food and entertainment, you can also leave knowing that you have supported young people in turning their lives around.