Delicious by DS5
Last updated on November 15th, 2015 at 12:09 pm
Delicious by DS5 have raised £1800 for UK food poverty charity FareShare, providing more than 7,000 meals for the people they support. The charity event, which saw Citroën team up with 2011 BBC MasterChef winner Tim Anderson, opened a unique pop-up restaurant in London earlier this month with a five course tasting menu inspired by the five senses to promote New DS5.
Members of the public applied for a table through www.deliciousbyds5.com, and over 9000 applications were made during the weeks leading up to the event for just 500 covers available at the restaurant over the 4 day opening. We were there to sample the food, and were blown away by the difference and variety in textures and other senses.
The five course meal cost a minimum donation of just £5 per head with the proceeds going to the food poverty charity. FareShare redistributes surplus goods from the food and beverage industries to help tackle food poverty in the UK and feeds 35,000 people each day.
You can still donate to FareShare via the projects Just Giving page – www.justgiving.com/citroends5.