Making Memories… Giving Hope

The Quilon Restaurant - supporting CHICKS the foody way!


CHICKS is lucky to have the support of a number of organisations who fundraise for us, volunteer, sponsor events and help us raise thousands of pounds - sometimes in very inventive ways!

The Quilon Restaurant - a stone’s throw from Buckingham Palace and The Houses of Parliament, London - opened in 1999 and quickly established South-West coastal Indian cuisine on the international food-lovers map, winning a Michelin star in 2008 which Chef Sriram has retained ever since.

Chef Sriram joined forces with CHICKS back in 2016 by asking patrons to donate £1 of their final bill to CHICKS during the month of December each year. This campaign has raised a whopping £7,600 from Chef Sriram’s two eateries, Quilon and Bombay Brasserie, in the last 4 years.

Chef Sriram said “Quilon and Bombay Brasserie are proud to support CHICKS and the positive work they do to give every child an inspired childhood. Raising awareness of different causes is at the heart of what we do. Every month we work with different charities and support them with bill donations, raffle prizes and hosting events.”

Partnership Manager Sara Jefferson said “The money Chef Sriram and the team have raised for CHICKS gets put to extremely good use in making memories and giving hope to children across the UK. Through CHICKS we created memories that both volunteers and children will hold onto forever!  Well done to all at Quilon and Bombay Brasserie for supporting CHICKS so consistently over the years!”

If your company is interested in supporting CHICKS, engaging employees in a fantastic cause and helping your company meet its CSR objectives,  you can get in touch with the corporate team here or by emailing  

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