Trishna, the Michelin-starred Indian restaurant in Marylebone, is currently holding a limited season with a game menu (featured earlier). On top of this, they have invited Ravinder Bhogal, who has run pop-ups before, to cook with them for two nights only. Sounds like it's going to be a very special couple of evenings!
"Karam Sethi , Head Chef of newly-Michelin-starred Trishna, will be joined in his kitchen by Ravinder Bhogal on 19th and 20th November to create a feast of ‘forgotten British foods’ - cooked the Indian way.
Ravinder, author of Cook in Boots, has worked closely with Karam to design a five-course menu that makes the best of Britain’s traditional foods, combining them with classic Indian techniques and flavours. Dishes will include: Bath chaps with Turnip saag; Scrag end of lamb Haleem, and Morecombe bay potted shrimps with pickling spice. The menu will be priced at £47.50.
Ravinder is an award-winning food writer, journalist and stylist who was propelled into the culinary limelight when she was crowned ‘Britain's new Fanny Cradock’ by Gordon Ramsay on The F Word beating more than 8000 women to the title.
Bookings are now being taken on 0207 935 5624."
When - 19th & 20th November
Where - Trishna, 15-17 Blandford Street, Marylebone Village London W1U 3DG
Link - Trishna