Today we are launching our “pay it forward” campaign where we are asking for your generosity in making donations to our GoFundMe page to pay for a meal in advance for a family who may need it. For every £40 we collect in donations, we will issue a “pay it forward” gift voucher that can be redeemed at our restaurant for a hot take away meal with no cost to the family redeeming the voucher if their order stays within the £40 limit.

In 2018-2019, 1.6 million food parcels were given to people in crisis by the Trussell Trust Food Bank. Almost half a million of those parcels were given to children. In London, over 1 in 4 pupils are entitled to free school meals because they come from low income families. While schools across the UK are now closed, those families have added worries of putting food on the table.

How it works:

  1. Donate what you can
  2. Every £40 collected = 1x gift voucher
  3. Gift voucher is gifted to a family in need
  4. Gifted family can redeem the voucher on a take away meal at our restaurant with no cost to them.

To donate and for more information please visit:

We understand that “eating out” or ordering “take aways” are a luxury that many families have/will never experience, so we would like to ask for your help in providing some joy to those families during an awful time like today.

This may be a hard time for many of you to donate, but if you can spare any amount to make a donation, no matter how big or small, it will all add up. You can also help by sharing this campaign to your family, friends and help spread the word far and wide so we can help as many families as we can.

Our goal is to achieve 15 meals that we can give to families who may need a helping hand, but if our campaign is successful, then we will continue the campaign for as long as we keep getting donations.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you in advance for your generosity and we appreciate your kind heart.

We hope you are all still keeping well and safe and we look forward to seeing you again soon.

Esarn Kheaw Family