The duo will serve a mix of tapas and larger plates for the collaboration on 8 March, with dishes including mackerel with black garlic and lime yoghurt; and iberica with piquillo peppers, oil mash potato and garlic chips.
Guests will be seated at communal tables across both floors of The Providores, making it only the second time in the restaurant’s 15-year history that an event has taken over the entire space.
For dessert diners will have a choice of Pizarro’s red wine torrija with bitter orange ice cream and Gordon’s coconut tapioca and basil sorbet.
Tickets cost £58 a head including service, and the event is now taking reservations.
New Zealand-born Gordon runs two restaurants in Auckland, Bellota and The Sugar Club, as well as London’s The Providores and Tapa Room.
His Seven Dials restaurant Kopapa, which he opened in partnership with Gourmet Burger Kitchen founders Adam Wills and Brandon Allen in London in 2010, closed its doors last year.
Spanish chef Pizarro runs three London restaurants, José Tapas Bar, Pizarro, and José Pizarro Broadgate.