January 31st – February 14th, M Victoria Street, 5-course menu and a glass of Champagne
£65.oopp + 12.5% service charge
From January 31st – 14th February, M restaurant will be hosting a pop-up dining experience with a difference to generate funds and awareness for ‘Not For Sale’, a global organisation that works to end human trafficking and exploitation through funding self-sustaining social projects in six continents.
The two-week temporary restaurant inside M Victoria Street will raise funds and awareness to support ‘Not for Sale’, an organization founded by David Batstone which works to create opportunities and return revenue for those who need it most. 600 diners are expected to dine in this unique M ‘Pop up’ restaurant, for the second year, M have pledged to donate 100% of the profits from sales of the special menu to the charity.
All profits from ‘M IS NOT FOR SALE’ supported by OpenTable will raise money for the Not for Sale companies including ‘Dignita’, a restaurant group in Amsterdam which works as a social enterprise model running culinary training programmes to rehabilitate those who have experienced exploitation or trafficking. The survivors are offered councilling and employment at ‘Dignata’ to grow their confidence and offer new life opportunities.
The special five course limited edition menu designed by M Group Executive Chef Michael Reid takes inspiration from Peru, Vietnam, Holland, Thailand and USA, which are all countries where ‘Not For Sale projects’ have had the biggest impact to date by both funding businesses the building of homes to create a support structure to free children and adults from sex trafficking and the slave trade.
Martin Williams, owner of M Restaurants, is delighted to support this cause, “Modern-day slavery and sex trafficking is a silent cancer in our society – As much a London and UK issue as it is a global shame. Professor David Batstone is leading the fight against human trafficking by building innovative businesses that feed profits into creating self-sustaining social enterprises around the world.
The five-course dinner includes a glass of Champagne on arrival and is priced at £65 per person. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
Not For Sale Netherlands provides a culinary training for survivors or at-risk women at our social enterprise Dignita, an all-day brunch café.We conduct high standard culinary training for survivors of trafficking in three specific market-based courses. About 50 young women a year complete the training.
A selection of Dutch taste sensations to begin.
A scholarship program which provides housing, school fees and supplies to vunerable children, the creation of six school community gardens and the provision of artisan training and support in the small business creation of marketable trades for hundreds of Amazonian women. In 2017, NFS made progress to fight against chronic child malnutrition in the Amazon through the installation of a clean water system to the school for children.
Seaweed Taco | Mango Salsa | Pickled Sea Vegetables
Not For Sale Vietnam rescues and offers care, shelter and education to street boys targeted by traffickers in Hanoi, then goes on to provide a future through long-term educational training and job development programmes.
Turnips | Radish | Egg | Nasturtium
Not For Sale Bay Area Program: a program to prepare and place disconnected youth (18-24) affected by trafficking or exploitation into traineeships and placements in the Bay Area’s local businesses and booming industries.
DUO OF LAMB -USA
Rump | Rib | Artichokes | Wheatgrass | Jus
Not For Sale Uganda: a project to offer housing, education and support to 500 young adults and children vulnerable to trafficking and exploitation.
COCONUT ICE CREAM
Cucumber | Lemon | Olive Oil | Dill