MORE THAN 200 DINERS WILL TAKE TO THE STREETS TO HELP CHARITIES
Tickets for Marlow Tastes, a safari charity supper to sample some of the town’s finest restaurants, have been selling fast. More than 200 diners will meet for a reception on April 25 before being told which restaurants they will visit for each of three courses.
The adventure is being organised by the Marlow Thames Rotary Club to allow restaurants to showcase their food and to raise money for local families struggling with the cost of living. It will also aid the victims of the recent earthquakes in Turkey and Syria.
There will be three choices for each course. Richard Gyselynck of Marlow Thames Rotary explained: “This progressive supper has captured the imagination in Marlow, a town gifted for its cuisine. It’s an opportunity to try out some of our best fare at new venues.”
Many local restauranteurs are supporting the safari. Nigel Sutcliffe of The Oarsman said: “As a winner of the Newcomer of the year in the Top 50 Gastropub Awards we are thrilled to be supporting Rotary in the creation of this new eating experience in Marlow.”
The cost of the reception and the three courses is £60 and much of this amount will be shared by the charities. Bookings are open on the website Marlowtastes.menu