Lakis Greek Kitchen
is a 6-8 week pop up traditional Greek taverna which happens once a year on Saturdays only 5pm-11pm. The money raised is donated to various heart-warming causes. The village style Greek taverna is based around a traditional clay oven with the LGK signature dish ‘Lamb Kleftiko’. We also have our very own chicken and beef rib kleftiko to complement our clay oven selection. The taverna nights are done in memory of the late Lakis Panayiotou who the charity and the Taverna are named after. Lakis’s recipes are the soul of the taverna and are the reason our dishes are so tasty and succulent. We are taking booking request for May 2017 all request will be logged and put into a pool to be answered once we have received our temporary event licences in mid-April 2017 yours in food TEAM LGK
Sat 5th May 2018 – Sat 30th June 2018
We are now taking booking requests for May 2018 all request will be logged and put into a pool to be answered once we have received our temporary event licenses in mid-April 2018.
Please note that any booking for 3 or more people will require a £10 deposit per head yours in food TEAM LGK.
Sat May 13th – Sat 1st of July
The Lakis Greek Kitchen team managed to raise over £6000 in which £1500 was donated to a young family with two extremely ill children one with a rare children cancer and the other with a brain condition from birth. We also managed to donate £1000 to acorns children’s hospice in Walsall and £1500 towards a young man suffering from Amoiloidosis of the liver. We have also managed to donate £1000 towards our school development programme in Nepal which is growing from year to year. Additional to this we also donated £1000 towards a family in which the mother had been diagnosed with Cancer and due to this fell into financial difficulty.
August 27 – October 1, 2016
The LGK team managed to raise nearly £4000 in which £1000 was donated to a young boy called Dorotheos suffering from a cocktail of conditions to buy specialist equipment. £1000 was donated to the Nepal earthquake appeal to assist in the rebuild of schools in Nepal. £1200 was donated to patients suffering from Amoiloidosis Liver disease and £500 was donated to Acorn’s Children’s Hospice Walsall.
May 9 – July 11, 2015
The LGK team managed to raise £6000 in which £3000 was donated to a young man suffering from terminal cancer of the throat in support of his family once he has departed. Christos as he is known has now left us he had a 3 year old daughter and loving wife who are trying to re-build their lives. £1000 was donated to the Nepal earthquake appeal, £1000 was donated to families suffering from amoiloidosis liver disease and £1000 was donated to the Alkionides Charity who support individuals and families that come to the UK due to ill health.