Monday, 8 December 2014

My Home from Umbria's Christmas Supper Club in Exmouth Market

Assia is hosting another Umbrian supper club in London, this time a Christmas special at the atmospheric Church of the Most Holy Redeemer in Exmouth Market, EC1.  Full menu below, including suckling pig, and stuffed pandoro with 'surprise liqueurs'.  Make it your last big blow out before Christmas!

"Ho ho ho! Are you still looking for somewhere special to celebrate this festive time of year? Then you've come to the right place, as we've just found something particularly cosy!
Round up your family, friends, colleagues, and reindeer because we're going to celebrate Italian style. The date, the 19th of December. The place, the warm, cosy hall of Holy Redeemer. Expect everything from gourmet food and wine such as pecorino di Pienza, salsiccia of La Casella, crostino with savoy cabbage, guanciale and pecorino and stuffed Pandoro with a Italian very special organic liqueur and spumante for only £33. From what we've heard they are also importing some of the finest DOC "champions" wines from Abruzzo!
At the moment there are 50 seats available, will you be one of the lucky ones? We think it's the perfect opportunity to spend some time with people that you care about before going away for Christmas.
*Spumante Cococciola, pecorino di Pienza and salsiccia of La Casella
*Crostno with savoy cabbage, guanciale and pecorino
*Timballo with porcini mushroom, parmigiano and mozzarella
*Organic La Casella suckling pig "in porcheta" served with salad
*Stuffed Pandoro served with surplise liqueurs
Vegetarian Friendly! (Please mention your specific requirements during booking. Specific diet requirements need advance notice to chefs)."

When  Friday 19th December, 7pm - 11m

Where - The Church of the Most Holy Redeemer, 24 Exmouth Market, EC1R 4QE

Tickets - £33 from Billetto here

Get directions with Citymapper

Link - Tickets page

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