Bâgan, who offer cntemporary Burmese dining, is back for April at The London Cooking Project in SW11, with a four course dinner on Saturday 1st, featuring Red lentil and tamarind soup, and Burmese-Muslim panthe-kyauk swe with organic chicken or tempeh. Tickets are just £40; I went to the last one, and it was a great evening of food, chat and laughter. Go!
"Bâgan is excited to be taking its four course Burmese banquet to the fantastic London Cooking Project for another night of delicious Burmese food, fabulous company and great music.
The London Cooking Project is an exciting enterprise in Battersea committed to benefiting the local community and supporting and developing young talent.
We are honoured to be apart of such a charitable establishment.
Traditional tohu salad with tamarind and crispy onions
Red lentil and tamarind soup
Burmese-Muslim panthe-kyauk swe with organic chicken or tempeh (V) served with garlic egg noodles, tomato and coriander salsa
Roasted pineapple with chilli and spices, coconut and rum ice cream, toasted peanuts"
When - Saturday 1st April, 7pm - 11pm
Where - London Cooking Project, 1 Ethelburga Street, SW11 4AG
Tickets - £40 from Billetto here
Link - Bâgan
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