London\u2019s chefs are set to compete for \u2018dish of the night\u2019 in aid of charity at a new event named, Meat vs Fish vs Veg.\r\n\r\nMeat vs Fish vs Veg will be a one night only event open to all, with all money raised to be donated to Hospitality Action. It is sponsored and organised by luxury hospitality recruiter, The Change Group in partnership with Flat Iron Square (London Bridge), where the event will be held.\r\n\r\nFour chefs will be taking on the challenge of showcasing some of the capital\u2019s best fine dining vegetarian cuisine. With Alyn Williams (Alyn Williams at The Westbury), Jimi Tegerdine (The Gun, London) and Dale Osborne (Bistrot Bagatelle) already committed to the new vegetarian contest.\r\n\r\nOsborne said: "When I was told we could have a spot on Team Veg I said, let\u2019s do it. I always base my menus around the best seasonal vegetables. Meat and fish can always be changed around, but there\u2019s only one asparagus. I want to show that vegetables are not only healthy but also super tasty, and of course, I want to win.\u201d\r\n\r\nTegerdine added: "We signed up for Team Veg because we wanted a challenge and we\u2019ve decided to make our dish entirely vegan. We strive to offer plenty of choices for those adopting this lifestyle even if it\u2019s just for one meal.\r\n\r\n\u201cMany people are consuming less meat and dairy for mind, body and environment. We plan to create a dish that captures this spirit but does not compromise on taste. Our dish will also be zero waste.\u201d\r\n\r\nThe 2019 line-up also includes Joo Won (Galvin at Windows), Adam Handling (The Frog Hoxton), Simon Gregory (Bluebird), Lewis de Haas (La Goccia at Petersham Nurseries) and Joshua Hooper (Bistro Union).\r\n\r\nLast year\u2019s winner was Zelman Meat\u2019s \u2018Dirty Steak\u2019, made with Scottish sirloin and cooked directly on the coals and served with beef fat mash potato and chimichurri sauce, in an event which raised just under \u00a35,000 for Hospitality Action.\r\n\r\nAdam Handling at The Frog Hoxton said, \u201cWe love a competition, and we\u2019re going all-out to produce a champion meat dish to generate as much as we can for this clever fund-raiser organised by The Change Group.\r\n\r\n\u201cAs far as we\u2019re concerned, it\u2019s a winning situation for the diners and all who benefit from the support of Hospitality Action. Team Adam Handling is really happy to take part.\u201d\r\n\r\nHospitality Action supports people suffering from physical and mental life-changing illnesses and also helps people who are experiencing poverty, domestic violence, addiction, legal or financial difficulty and bereavement.\r\n\r\nTickets will cost \u00a325 per person and include a meat, fish and veg dish, as well as a free drink.