This November, M Restaurants will launch an exclusive charity dining initiative to help fight modern-day slavery and sex trafficking, with 100% of the profits donated to Not For Sale, a global organisation whose mission is rooted in fighting modern slavery.


Devised by M’s Culinary Director and judge of Channel 4’s Five Star Kitchen, Chef Mike Reid, the M Is Not For Sale Experience will welcome 20 guests each day to experience a four-course, Peruvian-inspired menu at the Threadneedle Street restaurant for £65 per person, with all profits raised donated to the charity.

Kicking off proceedings with a glass of champagne, diners can expect arepa flatbreads with ‘mojo rojo’ butter followed by a monkfish ceviche before the main event: the lomo saltado with Ethical Butcher sirloin steak, and the infamous 15-hour wagyu cooked potato. To finish, guests will enjoy a deliciously deep purple-coloured mazamorra morada, made from purple corn, quince, and coconut.

To celebrate the launch of the M Is Not For Sale Experience, M Restaurants will be hosting its fifth annual charity dinner on the 1st of November with Sir Mo Farah who will be speaking about his own personal experiences of human trafficking, and the powerful impact the Not For Sale initiative has. M Is Not For Sale is an ongoing collaboration that has raised over £350,000 for the project, leading to the funding of over 20 reforestation projects in Peru and taking indigenous villagers out of danger of being enslaved, whilst empowering them to be both entrepreneurial and self-sustaining.


The M Is Not For Sale Experience will run throughout November and is priced at £65 per person including four courses and one glass of champagne. To book a place, visit:


M Restaurants

60 Threadneedle St, London EC2R 8HG


I: @mrestaurants


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