Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Sunday Feasts - 3 Months of Supper Clubs in Covent Garden


Sunday Feasts is a new project by Edible Experiences, putting some of the best local supper clubs from around London into a professional space in Covent Garden on Sunday nights.  It'll run for all of September, October and November, and all are very reasonably priced, and allow patrons to BYOB.

"Sundays are for fortifying yourself for the week ahead. We at Edible Experiences reckon the best fortification comes from sharing a feast with friends. Some friends you’ll bring with you. Some you’ll meet over a sharing platter while dining at one of our upcoming Sunday Feasts in Covent Garden.
Be it Filipino adobo by Budaya Kusina, or Roman-style porchetta by Backdoor Kitchen, or Mauritian Cari Poulet by Yummy Choo, or Peruvian-Japanese prawn causa sushi rolls by FabCooking and Yuki’s Kitchen, or Reggae hot chocolate by Lisa’a Jamaican Kitchen (we could go on), come try authentic homestyle dishes that are difficult to find in restaurants, but are much-celebrated dishes in communal Sunday feasts in exotic parts of the world.
All brought to our by our stellar community of supperclubs.
Start your week right. Come feast with us. You bring drinks and an open heart. We'll bring the rest."

The line-up

September
02 Sep: Singaporean by Gozgozgoz of Plusxfive (this will be Goz’s farewell-for-now supperclub bash before he heads overseas for a work assignment!)
09 Sep: Filipino and Malaysian by Lyn Fong and Barry Morales of Budaya Kusina
23 Sep: Spanish by Ana Gomez and Teresa Holmes of Flavours of Spain
30 Sep: Peruvian-Japanese by Fabrico Cano of Fab Cooking, Yuki Gomi of Yuki’s Kitchen, and Antonia Beliini

October
07 Oct: British Raj by Asma Khan of Darjeeling Express and Rekha Mehr of Pistachio Rose
14 Oct: Flavours of Spain
21 Oct: Italian by Roberto and Fabio of Backdoor Kitchen (celebrating the 1st anniversary of their supperclub!)
28 Oct: Jamaican by Lisa Burey of Lisa’s Jamaican Kitchen

November
04 Nov: Malaysian by Yolanda Augustin of  Wild Serai
11 Nov: Hongkong and Singaporean by Cherry Smart of FedbyTang and Jason Ng, incoming chef for Plusixfive
18 Nov: French-Carribbean by Vanessa Bolosier of Carib Gourmet and Pauline of Pauline Cuisine
25 Nov: Mauritian by Selina Periampillai of Yummy Choo and Jason of Mauritian Street Food

Where - School of Wok, 61 Chandos Place, Covent Garden, WC2N 4HG

Cost - All Sunday Feasts are £36 + £3.60 booking fee. BYOB  Menus and tickets here


Link - Edible Experiences

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