Burmese chef Kyi sold out her last pop-up at Well Street Kitchen in E9, so she's back for another night on Friday 8th August. As before it will feature 9 different dishes, in a friendly, sharing style - see flyer above for details of the food. £1 from the £28 ticket price will go the the Mind to Mind Myanmar charity.
"Summer is finally here and Dine with Kyi (pronounced ‘Chi’) have teamed up with Well Street Kitchen to host Burma Street Kitchen, a Burmese picnic in Hackney. Diners get to experience 9 different mouth-watering tastes of Burma in handy size portions. In her menu, chef Thuzar Kyi, pays homage to her late mother by serving home-cooked Burmese flavours that she grew up with, in a contemporary picnic, using seasonal and local ingredients.
Burma borders, among others, India, China and Thailand, which are some of the most popular cuisines in the UK. Burmese cuisine is an amalgamation of all these cuisines, resulting in unique and tasty dishes. Thus instead of thinking should you pick an Indian, Chinese or Thai curry tonight... have all three and choose Burmese.
In keeping with Burmese culture, communal tables will encourage guests to share a meal and conversation, and to make new friends. There will also be a fully stocked bar serving soft drinks, beers and wine.
£1 per ticket will go to Mind to Mind Myanmar - A Burmese charity supporting the well-being of mentally ill patients in Myanmar."
When - Friday 8th August, 7pm - 10pm
Where - Well Street Kitchen, 203 Well Street, E9 6QU
Tickets - £28 per person, for 9 different nibbles of Burma, from Eventbrite here
Link - Dine with Kyi
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