One of Hammersmith’s best Indian restaurant Potli is celebrating three years of success in by hosting a charity dinner in aid of Pratham UK

Indian market restaurant Potli will be hosting a special three-course meal on Tuesday 2 September from 6.30pm, with welcome drinks and live music for 75 diners all in aid of Pratham UK’s work in India. 

Potli is currently featured in the Michelin & Good Food Guide listings, and is said to be one of the best places to dine in London by Lonely Planet. Located on King Street, Hammersmith, Potli promises a kaleidoscopic Indian food experience. Exotic spices and local produce feature heavily on their menu, which aims to give diners a real flavour of Indian street markets.

Tickets are just £25 per person and will help fund Pratham UK’s work, which aims to give children in India a better education. Pratham is India’s largest NGO in the education sector and has already reached 36 million children. There will also be a raffle on the night, giving those attending the chance to win a range of perfume, champagne and books.

For more information, drop Pratham UK a line at tanya@pratham.org.uk or to make a reservation, please visit potli.co.uk or call 020 8741 4328.

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