London’s best burger restaurant, Haché, is set to continue its run of limited-edition specials for #CookForUkraine with a new patty from Russian food writer and author of Salt and Time: recipes from a Russian Kitchen, Alissa Timoshkina.
Following the success of the Mamushka burger by Olia Hercules, say hello to the Babushka burger by Alissa Timoshkina, created to raise vital funds for #CookForUkraine and available from 19th April – 29th May at Haché’s seven restaurants, from Clapham through to Camden.
Meaning grandmother, the Babushka is a 6oz steak patty topped with spicy coriander pickled carrots, dill and smoked paprika mayo plus Alissa’s signature aubergine ‘babushka ganoush’ – named for her own grandmother – finished with crispy carrots for added crunch, and served in a toasted fluffy brioche bun.
This delicious burger, unlike any other, is priced at £15 with £5 from every burger sold donated direct to UNICEF UK’s Ukraine appeal, providing support to those most in need during the ongoing conflict.
Part of boutique restaurant group, The Hush Collection, Haché has always had a strong charitable focus embedded into its ethos, and to date has raised over £3,000 for charities including Action Against Hunger, KickStart Ghana, Luminary Bakery and School Food Matters, through its various burger collaborations. With philanthropy at the core of the Group, Ed Standring, CEO of The Hush Collection, also co-founded Feed Our Frontline, helping to provide free meals to frontline workers during the Covid-19 pandemic.