This Wednesday in SoHo: Eat Raclette, Raise Money for Cambodia

This Wednesday in SoHo: Eat Raclette, Raise Money for Cambodia

Raclette is a world-changing cheese. This Wednesday, the chance to justify the consumption of the best-ever heated cheese is presented at Cochin

Keshia  Keshia

People who love raclette are the type of people you want to know. They're also the type who gather on a Wednesday evening at one of Hong Kong's most low-key, exhilarating French restaurants in SoHo. Cochin, directed by Chef Renaud Marin, will be hosting a Fundraising Raclette evening on Wednesday, 18 January to raise money for Sunrise Cambodia, an NGO that focuses on community development in that country.

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In collaboration with Lacoste's travel retail director, Erin Lillis, the event intends to unite the pursuit of cheese consumption with a great cause: renovating and equipping two classrooms and a computer room in Sunrise's Siem Reap learning centre. 

Eating warm cheese on a winter's evening while simultaneously raising money for a noble initiative – it's fairly simple, with such an inspiring community-awareness initiative doing everyone good.

Where: Cochin (26 Peel Street, SoHo, Central)

When: Wednesday, 18 January, 6:30–10pm

Come enjoy wine and raclette in exchange for a donation

If you can't come but still want to help, just drop a donation in a sealed envelope to the team at Cochin. 

For more information, click here.



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