Venue: Wadham Lodge, E17
Bombay Supper Club
Bombay (Mumbai now) is a fantastic melting pot of people from all over India. Over the years, people have brought with them their cuisines, and it is this amalgamation that is truly this City’s food.
We’re serving a few favourites from this wide spectrum of flavours.
Ragda Patties (v) – Bombay
Potato patty topped with ragda (Dried peas cooked with spices to form a sauce) onions, fresh coriander, crispy sev with sweet and spicy chutneys.
Wada (v) – South India
A South Indian fried snack of ground lentils with a hint of chilli. Served with a traditional fresh coconut chutney.
Samosa (v) – Punjab
Lightly spiced potato and pea samosas served with a coriander chutney that has a kick to it.
Kheema Pav – Bombay
Mutton Mince slowly cooked with spices and onions in its own juices served with pav (baps).
Pav Bhaji (v) – Bombay
This quintessentially Bombay dish is proper street food! Bhaji or veg served with crispy buttered pav (bap)
Mutton Dhansak – Parsi
Without a doubt one of the most popular Parsi dishes known. Essentially a mix of lentils, veg and meat slow cooked with spices…. what’s not to like!
Sai Bhaji (v) – Sindh (Part of Pakistan now)
Classic Sindhi comfort food made with lentils and veg. One of the key ingredients is Dill.
Kadhi (v) – Gujarat
Every part of India has its own version of kadhi (buttermilk is the key ingredient). This one is from the Gujarati community, its sweet spicy and has the tang from buttermilk.
Koshimbir (v) – Maharashtra
Chopped carrots and coriander salad.
Baps and Basmati Rice
This is a traditional Goan dessert made at Christmas by the Christian population. The cake is made with freshly grated coconut and semolina.
£24.00 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.