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FULLY BOOKED Michelin-rated chef: Indian Cuisine in Mayfair

Hosted by the Consul of the London New Friends Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Sat 25 May 13:00 - 16:00

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UPDATE: THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED. If you have made the deposit and have successfully secured a place, you will have received a personal confirmation email from the organiser. Please do not turn up otherwise, as you the restaurant requires a prepayment for lunch. Thanks to everyone for your interest. Sorry if you haven’t been successful this time but we plan to hold similar events in the future.

Atul Kochhar, who became one of the first Indian chefs to win a Michelin star at Tamarind in Mayfair in Protected content , has opened a new restaurant, Protected content

We will be having the 5 dish sharing menu with a cocktail for £30:
Kolkatta Puchkas (v) Wheat bubbles with spicy sour beetroot water, sprouted mung beans and potatoes
Bhalla Papdi Chaat (v) Lentil dumplings and crispy bread chaat, raisins and saunth chutney, mint chutney, frozen yogurt
Gangtok Momos Choice Of Filling - Organic vegetables, free range chicken or Kentish lamb. Served with tomato and chilli chutney, fermented vegetable chutney
Purani Delhi Ki Gosht Biryani Sealed and baked lamb and aromatic rice, served with burani raita
Dad’s Murg Makhani Tandoor cooked chicken tikka simmered in san marzano tomato and fenugreek gravy
Served with a bread basket and Kanishka signature black dal

A deposit of £30 by PayPal (pre-payment to the restaurant for this special menu) will be required to secure your place and the first ones to make the transfer will be prioritised for a place at the table. This will come off your final restaurant bill. PM me for details.

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Protected content in the heart of Mayfair focusses on the unexplored cuisine from the so called ‘Sister States’ of India – in the North East which are – Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura.

It has a food culture that is as vibrant as its heritage and as beautiful as its people. From lanes packed with humble carts serving speciality dishes, to rows of eateries that overflow onto roads, the streets of North East India are a gastronomic kaleidoscope. The North East region offers a mixed culture of Hinduism, Christianity, Islam and Buddhism which clearly reflects in the cuisine. Sumptuous North East dishes come with a combination of a humble approach and a complex melange of flavours.