Hotel Chantelle London launches “Pink Plates” initiative for against breast cancer
Hotel Chantelle, Marylebone’s new restaurant and late-night dining hotspot, switches up its plates and goes pink in support of Against Breast Cancer – donating £1 per plate in support of the work of the charity
Newly opened London restaurant and late night hot spot Hotel Chantelle is excited to announce its Pink Plates campaign in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month. Through October, Hotel Chantelle is serving dishes on pink plates and donating £1 for every dish sold to Against Breast Cancer. Hotel Chantelle is also offering a non-edible “£5 starter option” and “£20 mains option” to guests if they wish to make a further donation. The restaurant is encouraging guests to give additional donations with the incentive of a gift voucher of matching value.
As the inaugural restaurant to implement the Pink Plates campaign, Hotel Chantelle has introduced the charitable campaign in both its New York and London locations. Hotel Chantelle London says it’s thrilled to be partnering with Against Breast Cancer, in supporting the battle against breast cancer and giving back to the local community. Hotel Chantelle’s original New York location is donating $1 per plate to Susan G. Komen, the world’s largest breast cancer organisation.
Against Breast Cancer is the story of the personal crusade of founders Dr Anthony Leathem and wife Patricia, in their quest for a future free of breast cancer. Against Breast Cancer funds pioneering research into new treatments, tools for earlier diagnosis and advice to reduce the risk of recurrence and secondary spread. Working with expert scientists, the charity wants to increase the survival rates of all breast cancer patients and ultimately, discover a vaccine against breast cancer.
Named after a World War II safe house, Hotel Chantelle London is a 2,500 square foot restaurant, which offers both indoor and outdoor seating. Sliding glass doors fill the space with light and a greenery wall adds a garden-like atmosphere, giving it a relaxed yet sophisticated vibe perfect for enjoying any occasion. The restaurant serves dinner until 2am and is open for drinks until 3am. Chef Seth Levine puts a creative spin on class French/American fare.
The weekend brunch menu is equally creative, with highlights including Frosted Flake-Encrusted Stuffed French Toast, Lobster Benedict, and a Baked Alaska Waffle, accompanied by live jazz performances. The dining-meets-nightlife destination serves dinner until 2am and is open for drinks until 3am on Thursday and Saturday. Jazz brunches occur on Saturdays and Sundays from 11am-4pm.
Address: 23 Orchard St, London W1H 6HL