Austen Morris Associates sponsors Chi Fan for Charity 2016

On Saturday November 12th, Austen Morris Associates enjoyed hosting a table for the 6th Annual Chi Fan for Charity in Shanghai.
Austen Morris Associates’ Managing Senior Partner James Colclough with his Wife Coco Colclough, sponsored a table at ‘Capo’ Rockbund. Guests included Mr & Mrs Amit Midha, Ms Gesa-Marie Fischer, Mr & Mrs. David Lorand along with AMA colleagues Ms. Anu Aggarwal, Ms. Billie Jin and Ms. Vivian Yu.
The evening started off with a Champagne reception followed by a 3 course meal paired with fine wines, starting with Buffalo Mozzarella cheese with organic cherry tomato and basil, for the main guests enjoyed the “Capo Fiorentina” 3 to 4 weeks home dry aged Wagyu bone in Ribeye – 450 days grain fed – marble score 6+ served with seasonal organic vegetables and Capo roasted potatoes and Pan fried Salmon dish for non-meat eaters followed by a dessert of Panna cotta con sorbetto all’ arancio.
As always the team at Capo delivered exceptional service, especially Monica Huang who personally took care of all the details and our guests for the evening.
Chi Fan For Charity takes the standard concept of a large gala dinner and throws it out the window! Seven years ago, founder Michael Crain had an idea and convinced a few restaurants in Beijing to participate in this innovative concept, using his network and friends to spread the word. From this, Chi Fan for Charity was born. CFFC came to Shanghai 6 years ago were Austen Morris Associates took on the mantle of the organising sponsor for 5 consecutive years and have enjoyed growing this in to the ‘largest culinary event for Charity in China.
This years beneficiaries are:
Educating Girls of Rural China (EGRC)  & Shanghai Young Bakers


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