Lesley Vainikolo was on fine form manning the grill, ably assisted by Tim Molenaar, with Matt Cox manning the fries station. Meanwhile, Rupert Harden and Nick Wood were manning the tills.
Freddie Burns did a sterling job meeting and greeting at the door while the likes of Dario Chistolini, Matias Cortese, Dave Lewis, Dan Murphy and Charlie Sharples were on serving duty.
Finally, Darren Dawidiuk and Olly Morgan were selling raffle tickets to raise funds for the two charities with prizes including a replica Gloucester Rugby shirt signed by the first team squad, a signed ball, tickets for tomorrow's Aviva Premiership fixture against Saracens (kick off 5:45pm) and meal vouchers for Nando's.
The evening was a huge success with the restaurant packed with Gloucester Rugby supporters from the moment the players took over and Freddie even having to take names and numbers to call people when their table was available!
Representatives from both Acorns and the Cystic Fibrosis Trust came down on the evening and were absolutely delighted with the work being done by the players and the resulting increase in profile for both causes.
And restaurant manager James Scott couldn't quite believe just how well the restaurant was run with no delays at all in getting the food out and everything served of an incredibly high quality. It was certainly no "Hell's Kitchen"!