The East African - Indian Supper Club @ London Cooking Project, 5th & 6th March 2020
Updated: Feb 26, 2020
How do I book?
Thursday 5th March: Sold out!
Friday 6th March: Sold out!
What can I expect?
38 guests, up to 9 East African and Indian inspired courses, courses served in the middle of the table like our family dining tables. See below for some sample dishes you can expect to find on the night, and more information.
More About The Supper Club
No cuisine is closer to my heart than the East African and Indian food I grew up with, and I'm honoured to be able to share these culinary traditions at my Supper Club at the London Cooking project.
This particular cuisine developed in the early 19th Century after Indian migration to East Africa, notably to work on the Ugandan Railway, with the community continuing to grow over time.
You will be able to appreciate both the Indian influences through dishes like my Grandmother's traditional curries and alfonso mango kulfi, and East African influences through dishes like Swahili pilau and coconut-stewed matoke (East African plantain).
Food will be served at 7:30pm, so please make sure to arrive beforehand
All but one of the courses are vegetarian. So if you don't eat meat, there will still be upto 8 delicious (and large!) courses for you to enjoy. The meat course is halal.
You will be able to buy a selection of drinks at the venue. The event is not BYOB.
I would recommend to bring some tupperware to prevent food waste if there is food left over.
London Cooking Project, 1 Ethelburga Street, SW11 4AG
It's a short (~10-15 min) bus ride from South Kensington (49, 345), Clapham Junction, (49, 319, 345) or Battersea Park Overground