Forget Bake Off… Bake for Syria is back in Spitalfields Market!

Bake For Syria is back on Saturday November 18th.

Supporting Unicef’s work with Syrian children, it will bring together the country’s finest bakers and bakeries in Old Spitalfields Market.

Earlier this year the inaugural event raised more than £10,000 with all profits going to the Cook for Syria campaign.

This year Lily Vanilli has brought together a stellar celebrity cast to take part. Top London bakeries including Bread Ahead, Dominique Ansel, Ottolenghi, The Good Egg, Violet Bakery and Fatties Bakery.

You’ll also be able to buy cakes and other bakes from those you usually don’t sell to the public including Helen Goh, who co-wrote Sweet with Yotam Ottolenghi, Bake Off winner Frances Quinn, pastry chef Henrietta Inman and Dear Safia.

Also taking part is food writer John Gregory Smith and YBF award winners Newton and Pott, Noisette Bakehouse, Happy Endings and Lucie Bennett.

There will be savoury food too from the Kitchens at Old Spitalfields Market including pasta from Sood Family, Yum Bun, Dumpling Shack, Rok and Flank.

It’s one not to be missed, so make sure you get down early…

The event takes place 12-5pm on Saturday 18th November at Old Spitalfields Market, 16 Horner Square, London E1 6EW.

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Alfie Green
Alfie Green

You bring the rum, I’ll bring the raspberries. Perfect daiquiris all round.

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