Sunday 13 December 2015

The Shared Table's Charity Christmas Supperclub with Music in E2

The Shared Table is holding a supper club at The Pill Box Kitchen in Coventry Road, E2 on Thursday 17th December, with all profits going to The Shared Soup Kitchen, that will feed the homeless over Christmas.  The menu includes slow-cooked rabbit (or roasted stuffed butternut squash for vegetarians) and the night will conclude with a band playing from 9pm.  Should be an excellent night, for a great cause!

"Come and get cosy at WARMTH and give everyone the Christmas they deserve.
Warmth will be hosted by The Shared Table and all profits will go towards The Shared Soup Kitchen, that will feed the homeless over Christmas.
Doors will open at 7pm when you'll be greeted with a complimentary cocktail followed by a delicious 3-course British fusion menu. Then from 9pm to 11pm we'll be rocking it out with some amazing musicians.​
Cheese fondue made with a selection of the best British cheeses
Home made baked breads
Slow cooked Rabbit in red wine, roasted garlic and baby shallot
Vegetarian Option
Roasted butternut squash stuffed with home made stuffing 
mint and coriander dressing 
Roasted Jerusalem artichokes with garlic and thyme
Steamed kale with lemon and olive oil dressing 
Salty/creamy/buttery mash :-)
Ban Poitin Whisky bread and butter pudding
Orange marmalade ice cream
Warm custard
Expect a fun, festive and relaxed atmosphere. And remember, whilst you’ll be eating amazing food and meeting new, friendly faces, you’ll also be supporting an incredible cause by giving someone else a meal on Christmas day."

When - Thursday 17th December 2015, 7pm

Where - The Pillbox Kitchen, 115 Coventry Road, Bethnal Green, E2 6GG

Tickets - £30 from The Shared Table here.  All profits to charity


Get directions with Citymapper

Link - Tickets page

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