If you like pizza (who doesn't) then I know just the place you need to go before the end of November to try seven exclusive pizzas created by some of the UK's top chefs, while also helping raise money for Action Against Hunger.

Pizzicotto on Kensington High Street are hosting a month long event where chefs from some of my favourite restaurants are going up against each other in the Gourmet Pizza Challenge 2016, and you can decide who the winner will be. The chefs taking part are Jun Tanaka (The Ninth), Pascal Aussignac (Club Gascon), Robin Gill (The Manor, The Dairy, Paradise Garage and Counter Culture), Vivek Singh (The Cinnamon Club), Anna Hansen (The Modern Pantry), Steve Groves (Roux at Parliament Square) and Adam Handling (The Frog E1). They've each created a unique pizza, and you can sample each and all of them at Pizzicotto, who've also created a pizza for the competition.

I'll let you discover and decide your favourites.... I know which mine was though!

Whichever your favourite is, you'll be supporting a great cause. 50% of proceeds from each of the special pizzas is going straight to Action Against Hunger who do amazing work saving the lives of malnourished children, by enabling people in nearly 50 countries worldwide to provide for themselves, see their children grow up strong, and build prosperous communities. Last year alone, Action Against Hunger helped over 14.9 million people. If that's not worth heading to Pizzicotto to eat pizza, then I don't know what is.



  1. Pictures looks mouthwatering. A fabulous cause and a great way to get pizza wasted :-) x

  2. Brilliant, I love charity incentives like these! Pizza and donating to a good cause, what's not to love! xxx
    Lucy @ La Lingua | Life, Travel, Italy


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