From fine dining to street food, the chefs at some of Norwich's top restaurants are teaming up to serve a huge feast for a great cause.

The first Too Many Cooks event will be held at The Weavers Arms in Muspole Street, which opened in July 2023, on Monday, January 15 2024 from 6pm to 11pm. 

The kitchen at the 18th-century pub will host eight chefs from different Norwich restaurants, who will take the lead in turn to create eight different courses. 

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The chefs are George Wood (Brix & Bones), Shun Tomii (Shiki), Naomi Miller-Howard (Danomeys), Francis Woolf (Woolf & Social), Jacob Emerson (The Steam Packet), Max Inkson (The Thornham Oyster Company), Jimmy Preston (XO Kitchen) and Callum Wishart (The Weavers Arms).

Richard O'Brien, formerly of Hawthorn Bar, will pair a drink with every course.

Norwich Evening News: The event will take place inside The Weavers Arms in NorwichThe event will take place inside The Weavers Arms in Norwich (Image: Newsquest)

The menu, which can't be adapted, will be revealed on the night and all proceeds will go to The Burnt Chef Project, which tackles mental health stigma in the hospitality industry. 

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George Colley, co-owner of The Weavers Arms, said: "Some of Norwich's best chefs are coming together for this event and it is for an amazing cause, with a raffle on the night too.

"The plan is to make Too Many Cooks an ongoing event and it will move to different locations and include more chefs." 

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