Bosi will cook a six course menu alongside Sat Bains from Restaurant Sat Bains, Daniel Clifford from Midsummer House, Paul Cunningham from Henne Kirkeby Kro, Andrew Fairlie from Gleneagles and Tom Kerridge from the Hand and Flowers.
All proceeds will be donated to Bains’s fundraising attempt to set the Guinness World Record for the highest formal dinner party on Mount Everest in April.
Bains, who is hoping to raise £10,000 for Hospitality Action, said: “I am absolutely passionate about this industry, and I am well aware of the long hours and hard work that goes into ensuring others have a wonderful time when dining out, staying away from home, or celebrating a special occasion.
“For some, their passion for the industry is eclipsed when they find themselves in difficult situations, maybe because they have fallen on hard times, are suffering from a long-term illness or experienced a bereavement from a close family member. This is your chance to help all those people, and really make a difference to ones in need.”
Hospitality Action offers vital assistance to people who work, or have worked in the hospitality industry. This includes helping those experiencing poverty, bereavement and domestic violence and supporting isolated and lonely retired hospitality workers.
Tickets are £250 per person and include menu and accompanying wines, a live auction will take place after the dinner.