Cook For Ukraine

Dine in one of our amazing restaurants in Soho and support the refugees in Ukraine.

 

#CookForUkraine started off as an idea between friends with a mutual love of food and a desire to help those in need. Little did they know that a simple hashtag would lead to the beginnings of a global movement… 
 

In light of the tragic events happening in Ukraine, food and drink influencer Clerkenwell Boy & the NEXTGen London team have launched the #CookForUkraine campaign, which encourages customers across F&B venues to donate to UNICEF UK’s Ukraine appeal. 

#CookForUkraine aims to increase awareness of the humanitarian crisis the world faces right now, as well as raise the funds needed to aid children & families in Ukraine who have been displaced by the current situation. Since its inception, hundreds of people from different backgrounds and nationalities have reached out and shown their solidarity by joining this initiative – including top chefs, award-winning food writers, restaurant owners and home cooks – cooking, baking and sharing Ukrainian and Eastern European inspired dishes at their restaurants with their guests, at home with their friends and across social media with their family and followers. 
 
#CookForUkraine also provides a platform for Ukrainian families and their supporters to share recipes with each other, along with the stories behind those dishes. 

 

This Is Soho restaurants who are involved with #CookForUkraine

Dirty Bones

For the month of March, Dirty Bones is donating the profits on their best selling Chicken & Waffle dish to #CookForUkraine. At the end of March, this amount will then be doubled, alongside @collectivfood.

14 Denman St, London W1D 7HJ

Rita's Dining
Located on Lexington Street,  Rita's is a restaurant where modern American dining meets seasonal British produce. 

49 Lexington Street, London, W1F 9AP

Tapas Brindisa
A discretionary £2 will be added to every bill at all of our restaurants throughout March. All profits from the 16 March Calcotada supper club in Richmond will also be donated to the cause.  

46 Broadwick Street, London, W1F 7AF

Koya
The udon noodle specialist in Frith Street has created a special dish of Ukrainian-inspired green borscht udon with onsen tamago (£13.80), where all the profits will be donated towards the appeal.

50 Frith St, London, W1D 4SQ

Kricket
On Sunday 8 May, enjoy a traditional Ukrainian dishes with a Kricket twist from 12PM - 6PM. All proceeds will go to Voices of Children charity, who are helping children affected by the war. 

12 Denman St, London W1D 7HJ

Discover the concept store at 3 Berwick Street.