Venue: Wadham Lodge, E17
These Are A Few Of Your Favourite Things
Revisiting some of our diners favourites from the past year.
Sev Puri (v) – Bombay
A Bombay chaat favourite made with crisp papdis Topped with potatoes, onions, fresh coriander, 3 chutneys and a sprinkling of sev.
Wada (v) – South India
A South Indian fried snack of ground lentils with a hint of chilli. Served with a traditional fresh coconut chutney.
This one is a true classic! Mutton mince slowly cooked with browned onions and spices in its own juices. There are no shortcuts here!OR
Paneer Bhurji (V)
This is a myth buster recipe (ask me why) handed down by my aunt. It is homemade cottage cheese cooked with tomatoes. Simplicity at its best.
Chicken Cafreal – Goa
Chicken thighs marinated in a green masala paste made with coriander garlic spices and vinegar.OR
Sai Bhaji (v) – Sindh (Part of Pakistan now)
Classic Sindhi comfort food made with lentils and veg. One of the key ingredients is Dill.
Vizag Chicken Curry
This curry is a heady mix of coconut milk, curry leaves and the perfect blend of spices.OR
Veg Kolhapuri (v) – Kolhapur
Mixed vegetables slow cooked in a mix of spices along with poppy seeds and dry coconut.
Cafe Bhosle Bhaaji – Served with Baps (v)
“Cafe Bhosle” is a local cafe that was established in the capital city of Goa, Panjim in the 1920s. The bhaaji pav that they serve at breakfast is legendary. Potatoes cooked with turmeric and tempered spices.
Chopped carrots and coriander dressed with lime and topped peanuts for crunch.
Revisiting these from a Charity Supper Club we did for Action Against Hunger last year. Not traditional, but since they went down a storm and are back on the menu!
This menu may contain nuts
£25.00 per person
We encourage communal seating. If, however you do need a separate table we shall try to accommodate.
Please Note : This is NOT a BYOB event. However, there is a very reasonably priced bar at the venue.