Ravinder Bhogal, Tom Oldroyd and Dan Doherty cook up charity supperclub at Magpie

Game boys: Sam Herlihy, right, and James Ramsden, far right who are opening their second restaurant, Magpie, in Soho: Matt Writtle

Some of London’s biggest foodie names will join James Ramsden and Sam Herlihy for a one-off supperclub at the pair’s newest restaurant Magpie next month.

Ravinder Bhogal, chef patron of Marylebone’s Jikoni, Tom Oldroyd of Oldroyd in Islington, and Duck & Waffle’s Dan Dohertywill cook alongside the restaurateurs for the evening, which harks back to the days when they ran The Secret Larder supperclub out James’s Holloway flat.

They will cook one dish, which will form a four course meal along with one from James and Sam.

Tickets for the dinner - held on November 12 - cost £75, with all the profits going to Shelterbox, a charity providing aid and protection to families around the world who have lost everything due to natural disaster and conflict.

James said: “The first Secret Larder Supper club that we hosted together came about after I stumbled across a piece that Sam wrote for a Music Magazine and emailed him out of the blue. He said “no, thanks” but a few months later he got back in touch, we met, a friendship developed, a one off collaboration at the supper club became a regular thing and eventually became one and now two restaurants.”

Sam added: “It’s been an age since James and I were last cooking together for paying guests... I can’t wait to embarrass ourselves next to three incredibly talented professional chefs and raise some money for a vitally important charity.”

Visit magpie-london.com for tickets.