For one night only, The Change Group, in partnership with Hospitality Action, brings you 12 of London’s finest restaurants as they compete against each other to answer the ultimate question of which is better – Meat, Fish or Veg? For just £25 you can enjoy a meat, fish and veg dish as well as a free drink*. Click here to book your ticket now!
Adam opened his first independent restaurant in June 2016 in Shoreditch, London, which won ‘Best Restaurant of the Year’ in the 2017 Food & Travel Reader Awards, alongside 3 AA rosettes and a Michelin Bib Gourmand. This July, Adam opened a new, larger site at 45-47 Hoxton Square. The building, which sits on the corner joining Hoxton Square, Rufus Street, and Old Street, is home to the The Frog Hoxton – which also won a Michelin Bib Gourmand this year – as well as Bean & Wheat (a sustainable coffee, deli and beer-shop), and a brand-new bar concept, Iron Stag.
Frog by Adam Handling in Covent Garden opened in September 2017 and is Adam Handling’s flagship restaurant site. The restaurant has been heralded as a “smash hit” by the London Evening Standard and one of the “best restaurants in London right now” by Condé Nast Traveller. Frog by Adam Handling most recently won Best Newcomer Restaurant in the 2018 Food & Travel Reader Awards. Eve is Adam’s first stand-alone bar and is located underneath Frog by Adam Handling in Covent Garden.
Adam’s most recent opening is Adam Handling Chelsea, at the Belmond Cadogan Hotel in London, where he runs the destination restaurant, and oversees all food and beverage operations at the hotel. The restaurant features an open kitchen, The Bar and Terrace, as well as the Cadogan’s by Adam Handling tea lounge.
A highly accomplished chef, Adam Handling’s beautifully presented modern British dishes start with careful sourcing of top quality, seasonal ingredients, prepared in a number of different, creative ways to enhance their inherent properties and deliver real depth of flavour and harmony
With all event proceeds going to Hospitality Action, a charity that offers vital assistance to those who work or have worked within UK hospitality and who find themselves in crisis, our Meat vs Fish vs Veg Event is the chance to come together to celebrate and support the hospitality industry, delve into delicious dishes that focus on sustainability and supporting British producers and most importantly, to have some fun!