Some of the best restaurants in Shrewsbury are helping to raise thousands of pounds for an African charity by taking part in a secret dining event.
Shrewsbury-based Self Help Africa has once again teamed up with Shrewsbury Food Festival and six restaurants in the town to organise ‘Shrewsbury Secret Supper’ on Tuesday 25th April.
Steph Smith, from Self Help Africa, said guests will visit three restaurants during their evening.
She said: “Marking the launch of the 2017 Shrewsbury Food Festival and kindly sponsored by Love2Stay, this special dining experience begins with a welcome drink at Tanners Wines before taking you to three secret restaurants where you’ll be treated to a fabulous starter, main course and dessert. The locations of the restaurants and the dishes you’ll be eating, will be revealed on the night!”
“This is our fourth Secret Supper event and we’ve received fantastic feedback in the past, with many guests eager to return.”
Tickets for the three-course Shrewsbury Secret Supper are £32.50 per person and can be purchased online or by calling Steph on 01743 277170.
Based in Shrewsbury, Self Help Africa is an international charity which works in 9 African countries; their vision is of a rural Africa free from hunger and poverty. They support farmers to grow more food, increase their income from farming activities and become self-sufficient.