Jul
22
12:00 pm12:00

Bombay streetfood

FullSizeRender 14.jpg

Join us for a winter treat that is sure to warm you up ...  our favourite Bombay streetfood! Come and enjoy the intense flavours of the Bombay roadside in our kitchen, and learn to cook a streetfood feast in your own home.

You will also take home a gift pack with an assortment of spice samples, fresh curry leaves and other seasonal goodies from the Bombay Cook Club garden.

On the menu:

Dhokla (rice cake) sandwiches served with green chutney

Mixed vegetable pakoras

Batata puri 

Shami kebabs 

Cucumber raita

Kachumber

Naan bread

 Kulfi pots

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details. 

Book for 22 July 2017
88.00
Quantity:
Add To Cart
Jul
26
6:00 pm18:00

Veggie curry night

Curry night is a great opportunity to warm up with some of our much loved winter vegetable curries, so easy to make from scratch at home!

You will also take home a gift pack with an assortment of spice samples, fresh curry leaves and other seasonal goodies from the Bombay Cook Club garden.

On the menu:

Dhokla (rice cake) sandwiches served with green chutney

Potato and pea samosas

Chickpea vindaloo

Roast pumpkin, ginger and coconut curry

Khichri pilau 

Kachumber

Kaju katli (cashew marzipan sweets)

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details. 

Book for 26 July 2017
88.00
Quantity:
Add To Cart

Vegetarian rice pilau
Jun
21
6:00 pm18:00

Vegetarian rice pilau

IMG_2236.JPG

We are continuing the rice theme into our vegetarian class this June, with one of the most delicious, comforting, rice pilaus around: dal chawal palidu.  This is a traditional regional Bohra dish, made from toor dal and rice (lentil pilau) and served with a tangy tomato and vegetable broth made from the dal water.  It's a meal you will want to eat all winter long.  

We will also be teaching you a very traditional regional coal smoking technique, that you can use to give a real tandoori flavour to all your vegetarian dishes.

On the menu:

Chickpea samosas

Coal smoked paneer skewers

Dal chawal palidu

Palak paneer

Tomato kachumber

Kulfi 

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details. 

IF YOU ARE BOOKING MULTIPLE PLACES, PLEASE INPUT QUANTITY AND CLICK ADD TO CART FIRST TO ENSURE THERE ARE SUFFICIENT PLACES REMAINING (IT WILL TELL YOU HOW MANY PLACES ARE LEFT). 

(FULLY BOOKED)

Biryani lunch
Jun
17
12:00 pm12:00

Biryani lunch

If our May classes were all about curries, June at the Bombay Cook Club is all about rice. There are so many delicious Indian dishes that are made with rice and biryani must be close to the top of the list.  Join us for the most satisfying traditional biryani lunch you will eat in a long time.

On the menu:

Mince samosas

Coal smoked paneer tikka skewers 

Chicken biryani 

Cucumber raita

Tomato kachumber

Almond kulfi

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details. 

IF YOU ARE BOOKING MULTIPLE PLACES, PLEASE INPUT QUANTITY AND CLICK ADD TO CART FIRST TO ENSURE THERE ARE SUFFICIENT PLACES REMAINING (IT WILL TELL YOU HOW MANY PLACES ARE LEFT). 

(FULLY BOOKED)

 

Comforting curries (vegetarian)
May
20
12:00 pm12:00

Comforting curries (vegetarian)

There are so many delicious vegetarian curries that just come into their own at this time of year.  Join us as we cook and eat comfort food that is also so good for you, full of veggies and essential herbs and spices that you need to get you through the coming winter.

On the menu:

Vegetable pakoras and green chutney

Roast pumpkin, ginger and coconut curry 

Vegetable vindaloo 

Paneer tikka

Khichri (rice with lentils)

Kachumber

Roti 

Cashew burfi 

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details. 

IF YOU ARE BOOKING MULTIPLE PLACES, PLEASE INPUT QUANTITY AND CLICK ADD TO CART FIRST TO ENSURE THERE ARE SUFFICIENT PLACES REMAINING (IT WILL TELL YOU HOW MANY PLACES ARE LEFT). 

(FULLY BOOKED)

Comforting curries
May
17
6:00 pm18:00

Comforting curries

Autumn is definitely in the air and our minds are turning to all the warm and comforting curries we are going to cook.  Join us for curry night and learn to cook and enjoy some of our old favourites, this is definitely one of the tastiest meals you can eat!

On the menu:

Onion bhajis and green chutney

Bottle masala chicken curry 

Shami kebabs

Pilau rice

Bombay potatoes

Raita  

Roti 

Cashew burfi

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details. 

IF YOU ARE BOOKING MULTIPLE PLACES, PLEASE INPUT QUANTITY AND CLICK ADD TO CART FIRST TO ENSURE THERE ARE SUFFICIENT PLACES REMAINING (IT WILL TELL YOU HOW MANY PLACES ARE LEFT). 

(FULLY BOOKED)

Vegetarian streetfood
Apr
29
12:00 pm12:00

Vegetarian streetfood

We love cooking up a streetfood feast for the senses, and at this class we'll be making all our vegetarian favourites.  Join us for Saturday lunch and enjoy our menu of healthy, (and slightly) guilt-free treats. 

On the menu:

Pani puri (with chickpea masala and potatoes)

Batata vada pav with chutney

Vegetable samosas

Paneer tikka

Kachumber

Roti 

Cashew burfi 

Mango kulfi 

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details. 

IF YOU ARE BOOKING MULTIPLE PLACES, PLEASE INPUT QUANTITY AND CLICK ADD TO CART FIRST TO ENSURE THERE ARE SUFFICIENT PLACES REMAINING (IT WILL TELL YOU HOW MANY PLACES ARE LEFT). 

(FULLY BOOKED)

Anglo-Indian curry night
Apr
19
6:00 pm18:00

Anglo-Indian curry night

Indian home-cooking can be a chaotic and delicious mix of so many different cultural influences.  Anglo-Indian food, cooked by the De Souza side of my family, took its cue from British, Dutch and Portuguese cooking in both ingredients and techniques.  Join us for curry night to enjoy a very typical Anglo-Indian meal of curry puffs and chutney sandwiches, vindaloo, cutlets, potatoes and pilau. 

On the menu:

Vegetable curry puffs

Green chutney sandwiches

Chicken vindaloo

Spicy mince cutlets

Bombay potatoes

Kachumber

Pilau rice

Cashew burfi 

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details. 

IF YOU ARE BOOKING MULTIPLE PLACES, PLEASE INPUT QUANTITY AND CLICK ADD TO CART FIRST TO ENSURE THERE ARE SUFFICIENT PLACES REMAINING (IT WILL TELL YOU HOW MANY PLACES ARE LEFT). 

(FULLY BOOKED)

Legumes and gluten-free Indian cooking
Mar
29
6:00 pm18:00

Legumes and gluten-free Indian cooking

Legumes are a great source of nutrition in Indian vegetarian cooking, and are a versatile food group for those on a gluten-free diet.  Whether you're vegetarian, gluten-free or just looking to find alternatives to meat in your cooking, this class is for you.  We'll show you how to cook lentils and beans in a few healthy and very tasty ways.

On the menu:

Besan pakoras (mixed vegetable)

Green chutney and beetroot chutney

Vegetable dal

Khichri (rice cooked with lentils)

Palak paneer

Moong dal chilla (pancakes)

Kachumber

Kaju katli (cashew fudge)

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details. 

IF YOU ARE BOOKING MULTIPLE PLACES, PLEASE INPUT QUANTITY AND CLICK ADD TO CART FIRST TO ENSURE THERE ARE SUFFICIENT PLACES REMAINING (IT WILL TELL YOU HOW MANY PLACES ARE LEFT). 

(FULLY BOOKED)

Bombay Streetfood
Mar
18
12:00 pm12:00

Bombay Streetfood

Join us for the best weekend treat ever...  Bombay streetfood!  Come and enjoy the intense flavours of the Bombay roadside in our kitchen, and learn to cook a streetfood feast in your own home.

On the menu:

Batata pav (spicy fried potato balls served in bread rolls)

Green chutney and beetroot chutney

Sev puri

Kheema samosas

Paneer tikka

Kachumber

Roti

Mango kulfi

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details. 

(FULLY BOOKED)

Curry night: introduction to Indian cooking (non-vegetarian)
Feb
22
6:00 pm18:00

Curry night: introduction to Indian cooking (non-vegetarian)

Cooking homestyle Indian food is easy, once you have learnt the basic ingredients and techniques.  In this class we will show you how to use all the spices in our masala dabba, and how to select ingredients that complement each other.  We will show you the key steps of tempering spices, frying onions, getting the balance of flavour right, cooking the perfect rice and folding a samosa.

On the menu:

Spicy mince samosas

Green coriander and coconut chutney

Chicken and coconut curry

Vegetable vindaloo

Bombay potatoes

Pilau rice

Homemade kulfi 

Please ensure if you are booking multiple places that the number of tickets you would like is available before you purchase them.  You can do this by putting the number in the box below, the system will tell you how many places are left. 

When you make a successful booking, we will e-mail you to confirm address details.  

(FULLY BOOKED)

The Lunchbox: tiffin class (vegetarian)
Feb
18
12:00 pm12:00

The Lunchbox: tiffin class (vegetarian)

The Lunchbox is one of our favourite, and one of the sweetest movies of recent times.  Set in Bombay, it tells the story of Ila, a lonely housewife who cooks the most delicious meals to send her husband for lunch in his tiffin in order to get his attention.  The tiffins end up being delivered to the wrong person, who strikes up a friendship with her through the exchange of little notes. 

All around Bombay, tiffins are still prepared and sent off for lunches.  Tiny parcels of love delivered to family members all around the city through a complicated delivery system that still confounds many. 

Join us at the Bombay Cook Club to share a typical tiffin meal inspired by The Lunchbox.  We will make simple but delicious home food: samosas, dal, curry, vegetables, rice and roti, and you can take your tiffin away with you at the end of the class.

On the menu

Potato and pea samosas

Toor dal with spices

Vegetable curry

Pilau rice

Kachumber

Roti 

Please ensure if you are booking multiple places that the number of tickets you would like is available before you purchase them.  You can do this by putting the number in the box below, the system will tell you how many places are left. 

When you make a successful booking, we will e-mail you to confirm address details.  

Introduction to Indian cooking (vegetarian)
Jan
28
12:00 pm12:00

Introduction to Indian cooking (vegetarian)

A strongly vegetarian culture in India has its roots in the teachings of Buddha dating back to around 700-800 BC. Indians have always used a diverse array of spices and vegetables in their cooking, and Indian vegetarian food is some of the tastiest and healthiest in the world.

In this class we will show you the all the right spices to use, how to make your own gluten free batata vadas, green chutney, a tasty, vegetable packed dal, your own fresh paneer, a delicious roasted pumpkin, coconut and ginger curry, full of turmeric and pepper and a quick healthy capsicum and besan stir fry.

On the menu:

Batata vadas (potatoes coated in besan flour and fried)

Green coriander and coconut chutney

Vegetable dal

Palak paneer

Roasted pumpkin curry

Capsicum stir-fry

Pilau rice

Homemade kulfi 

(FULLY BOOKED)

Curry night: introduction to Indian cooking (vegetarian)
Jan
18
6:00 pm18:00

Curry night: introduction to Indian cooking (vegetarian)

Introduction to Indian cooking (vegetarian)

A strongly vegetarian culture in India has its roots in the teachings of Buddha dating back to around 700-800 BC. Indians have always used a diverse array of spices and vegetables in their cooking, and Indian vegetarian food is some of the tastiest and healthiest in the world.

In this class we will show you the all the right spices to use, how to make your own gluten free batata vadas, green chutney, a tasty, vegetable packed dal, your own fresh paneer, a delicious roasted pumpkin, coconut and ginger curry, full of turmeric and pepper and a quick healthy capsicum and besan stir fry.

On the menu:

Batata vadas (potatoes coated in besan flour and fried)

Green coriander and coconut chutney

Vegetable dal

Palak paneer

Roasted pumpkin curry

Capsicum stir-fry

Pilau rice

Homemade kulfi 

(FULLY BOOKED) 

Curry night
Nov
23
6:00 pm18:00

Curry night

Curry night is your chance to learn some of the basic techniques and stories of Indian cooking and join us for a healthy, home cooked meal in a relaxed atmosphere around our kitchen table. 

We'll be cooking up vegetable pakoras, a traditional lamb Rogan Josh, fresh paneer, matar paneer curry, akhni pilau and kachumber, and finishing up with our famous kulfi for dessert.

Please ensure if you are booking multiple places that the number of tickets you would like is available before you purchase them.  You can do this by putting the number in the box below, the system will tell you how many places are left. 

When you make a successful booking, we will e-mail you to confirm address details.  

(SOLD OUT)

The Lusiads: the ultimate journey of discovery
Nov
12
12:00 pm12:00

The Lusiads: the ultimate journey of discovery

‘This is the land you have been seeking,

This is India rising before you;

Unless you desire yet more of the world,

Your long task is accomplished.’

Rejoicing to see he knew the country,

Da Gama contained himself no longer

But knelt on deck, arms raised towards the sky,

And gave his heartfelt thanks to God on high.

Luis Vaz De Camoes was said to be the “first European artist” to cross the equator.   His epic poem, The Lusiads, published in 1572, describes Vasco da Gama’s voyage from Portugal in 1498, to discover a sea route to India and seize control of vital maritime trading routes from Arab traders.  Da Gama’s discoveries heralded, for better or worse, the start of the great age of global discovery and trade in spices that would make Europe rich beyond measure. 

If philosophers of old, who visited

So many lands to study their secrets,

Had witnessed the marvels I witnessed,

Spreading my sail to such different winds,

What great writings they would have left us!

What revelations about the heavens,

What marvellous testimonies to Nature’s youth!

And all without hyperbole.  Plain truth!

From a culinary perspective, these events had a profound impact.  Driven by the search for pepper, cloves, cinnamon, cardamom and nutmeg, the Portuguese in turn brought to India new ingredients from the Americas including chillies, tomatoes, potatoes and cashews.  They introduced techniques to make vinegar, bread, cheese and sweets.  Indian food would never be the same.

Join us at the Bombay Cook Club: Book Club to share a Portuguese influenced meal inspired by The Lusiads, and talk about the significant impact that European trade had on India and its cuisine.

We’ll show you how to make a traditional vindaloo masala spice mix, and cook a lamb vindaloo, pickle fowl, spiced potatoes and rice, which we will serve with crusty bread.  And given that the Portuguese were famous for their desserts, we’ll be making you a traditional Goan Bebinca, or layered custard pudding.   

“On the sea, such storms and perils

That death, many times, seemed imminent;

On the land, such battle and intrigue

Such dire, inevitable hardships!

Where may frail humanity shelter

Briefly, in some secure port,

Where the bright heavens cease to vent their rage

On such insects on so small a stage?”

Please ensure if you are booking multiple places that the number of tickets you would like is available before you purchase them.  You can do this by putting the number in the box below, the system will tell you how many places are left. 

When you make a successful booking, we will e-mail you to confirm address details.  

(SOLD OUT)

 

 

Shantaram: Food of the streets
Oct
15
12:00 pm12:00

Shantaram: Food of the streets

"That first Bombay minute... the sweet sweating smell of hope, the opposite of hate… the smell of gods, demons, empires and civilisations in resurrection and decay… the blue-skin smell of the sea… the heartbreak, and the struggle to live… the crucial failures and loves that produce our courage... the smell of ten thousand restaurants…. temples, shrines, churches and mosques… a hundred bazaars devoted exclusively to perfumes, spices incense and freshly cut flowers… it’s my first sense of the city – that smell, above all things – that welcomes me and tells me I’ve come home.”

There are many, many great books that describe the crazy city of Bombay, and Shantaram is definitely one of them.  A giant of a novel, a sweeping tale with the city as its real hero, bringing to life all of Bombay's heat, noise and colour.  Much of the action takes place on Colaba Causeway, and in particular the Leopold Restaurant, an institution for travellers to India and round the corner from where I was born, spent my earliest years and have some of my best memories. 

Shantaram is the theme for our next Bombay Cook Club: Book Club and we have planned a streetfood feast inspired by this fabulous book.

Join us to hear some Bombay stories, and help us cook up a meal worthy of the Bombay roadside.  On the menu... samosas and batata vadas, served with green chutney, bhel puri, chicken kebabs, kachumber, roti, saffron and honey lassi and mango kulfi.  Yum!

 

(SOLD OUT)

Spring curry night
Sep
21
6:00 pm18:00

Spring curry night

Curry is a well known winter food, but we eat Indian food all year round! Learn how to make a few fresh, lighter Indian dishes to see you through the spring. 

Join us for curry night and enjoy a delicious meal with us, we'll be making vegetable pakoras, green chutney, chicken and coconut stew, tomato pilau, stir-fried spring veggies and finishing up with our famous kulfi for dessert.

Please ensure if you are booking multiple places that the number of tickets you would like is available before you purchase them.  You can do this by putting the number in the box below, the system will tell you how many places are left. 

When you make a successful booking, we will e-mail you to confirm address details.  

(SOLD OUT)

Curry: A tale of cooks and conquerors
Sep
10
12:00 pm12:00

Curry: A tale of cooks and conquerors

“Curry is the product of India's long history of invasion.  In the wake of the Mughal conquerors, an army of cooks brought Persian recipes to northern India; in the south, Portuguese spice merchants introduced vinegar marinades and the chillies they had recently discovered in the New World; the British soon followed... When these new ingredients were mixed with native spices, they produced distinctively Indian dishes.”

The second amazing book in our Cook Club Book Club series is Lizzie Collingham's Curry: A tale of cooks and conquerors.  This book recounts the history of India, and how a food like curry, so ubiquitous to Indian cuisine, developed as a result of India's early colonisation.

We have designed a menu to tell the story of curry over the last few hundred years, made up of ingredients and recipes that reflect India's very multicultural story. 

What’s on the menu?

Curry puffs

Chicken tikka masala

Lamb vindaloo

Bengali potatoes

Rice pilau

Rice pudding served with masala chai 

Please ensure if you are booking multiple places that the number of tickets you would like is available before you purchase them.  You can do this by putting the number in the box below, the system will tell you how many places are left. 

When you make a successful booking, we will e-mail you to confirm address details. 

(SOLD OUT)

Food in history
Aug
27
12:00 pm12:00

Food in history

“It is an obvious truth, all too often forgotten, that food is not only inseparable from the history of the human race, but basic to it.  Without food there would be no human race, and no history.”

We’re launching our Cook Club Book Club series with an amazing book called Food in History, by Reay Tannahill, a world history of food from prehistoric times to today.

We have designed a six-course menu and over 10 dishes that will take us through the course of Indian history, beginning with the ancient civilisation of the Indus Valley and the world’s oldest curry, cooked according to a 5,000-year-old recipe.

What’s on the menu?

Eggplant and ginger curry served with wholewheat roti

Dal and red rice

Chickpea samosas and green chutney

Mughlai kebabs and raita

Chicken vindaloo and rice

Almond and Saffron kulfi

Please ensure if you are booking multiple places that the number of tickets you would like is available before you purchase them.  You can do this by putting the number in the box below, the system will tell you how many places are left. 

When you make a successful booking, we will e-mail you to confirm address details. 

(SOLD OUT)

Vegetarian curry night
Aug
17
6:00 pm18:00

Vegetarian curry night

A consciously vegetarian diet was adopted in India earlier than anywhere else in the world, beginning with the buddhists and the jains nearly 3,000 years ago.  Indian vegetarian food is still one of the most well developed and delicious in the world.  

Join us for curry night and enjoy a vegetarian meal with us, we'll be making samosas, fresh paneer, a palak paneer curry, a mixed vegetable curry, capsicum and besan stir-fry, rice and lentil khichri and finishing up with our famous kulfi for dessert.

Please ensure if you are booking multiple places that the number of tickets you would like is available before you purchase them.  You can do this by putting the number in the box below, the system will tell you how many places are left. 

When you make a successful booking, we will e-mail you to confirm address details.  

(SOLD OUT) 

Curry night
Jun
22
6:30 pm18:30

Curry night

Join us for our midweek curry night to cook up a healthy, spicy, traditional chicken and potato vindaloo, anglo-Indian meat cutlets and pilau rice.  We will also be making some tasty vegetable samosas and green chutney for starters, and finishing the evening with our signature kulfi.

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details.  

(FULLY BOOKED)

Dhansak lunch
Jun
18
11:00 am11:00

Dhansak lunch

Dhansak is a delicious traditional Indian lamb, lentil and vegetable stew cooked with spices, the perfect, healthy winter dish.  

Join us and learn how to cook it, along with some tasty vegetable samosas, bhaji's and green chutney.... as well as our traditional kulfi for dessert!

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details.  

(FULLY BOOKED)

Biryani dinner
May
18
6:30 pm18:30

Biryani dinner

Join us for our midweek curry night and learn how to cook up a quick, easy and healthy lamb biryani, a rich and fragrant curry layered with saffron rice that was first cooked by the Mughal emperors in the sixteenth century.

We will serve our biryani with a mint and yogurt raita, a fresh tomato and onion kachumber and a stir-fried vegetable.  

There will also be Indian sweets for dessert!

Our curry nights are a great way to wind down after work and enjoy a typical Indian home cooked meal.

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details.  

(FULLY BOOKED)

Veggie lunch
May
13
11:00 am11:00

Veggie lunch

Join us to learn, cook and eat a delicious and nutrition packed vegetarian meal.  We'll be making chick pea vindaloo, fresh paneer, palak paneer (paneer with spinach) and a stir fry packed with curry leaves, turmeric and a range of healthy spices.

We will serve this for lunch with fresh kachumber, pilau rice, roti and pickle and finish our meal with some tea and indian sweets.

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details.  

IF YOU ARE BOOKING MULTIPLE PLACES, PLEASE INPUT QUANTITY AND CLICK ADD TO CART FIRST TO ENSURE THERE ARE SUFFICIENT PLACES REMAINING (IT WILL TELL YOU HOW MANY PLACES ARE LEFT). 

Curry night
May
4
6:30 pm18:30

Curry night

IMG_9326.jpg

Join us for our midweek curry night, learn how to cook up a quick, easy and healthy typical Indian weeknight meal.  We will be making the perfect autumn meal: lamb and roasted eggplant curry and a roast pumpkin, ginger and coconut curry, which we will serve with stir fried seasonal vegetables, rice and roti.  And there will be homemade almond and saffron kulfi for dessert!

It's a great way to wind down after work and enjoy a typical Indian home cooked meal.

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details.  

(FULLY BOOKED) 

Apr
20
6:30 pm18:30

Streetfood snacks

Join us for the best Wednesday evening treat ever... hot Bombay streetfood!  Learn how to make spicy potato samosas, onion bhajis, green chutney, chicken tikka skewers and roasted corn, and enjoy eating this small feast with hot roti and kachumber. 

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details.  

IF YOU ARE BOOKING MULTIPLE PLACES, PLEASE INPUT QUANTITY AND CLICK ADD TO CART FIRST TO ENSURE THERE ARE SUFFICIENT PLACES REMAINING (IT WILL TELL YOU HOW MANY PLACES ARE LEFT). 

(FULLY BOOKED)

Apr
15
11:00 am11:00

Autumn curries

Join us to cook two hearty curries that are just perfect for autumn, a roast pumpkin, coconut and spinach curry and a lamb and roasted eggplant curry.

We will serve this for lunch with fresh kachumber, pilau rice and roti, and finish our meal with some traditional chai and indian sweets.

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details.  

IF YOU ARE BOOKING MULTIPLE PLACES, PLEASE INPUT QUANTITY AND CLICK ADD TO CART FIRST TO ENSURE THERE ARE SUFFICIENT PLACES REMAINING (IT WILL TELL YOU HOW MANY PLACES ARE LEFT). 

Mar
18
11:00 am11:00

Paneer making

Join us to learn the art of making paneer, a traditional Indian white cheese.  We will use the paneer to make palak paneer, a paneer and spinach curry, and mattar paneer, paneer with green peas.  We will serve these curries for lunch with a seasonal vegetable, fresh kachumber, pilau rice and roti, and finish our meal with some traditional chai and indian sweets.

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details.  

IF YOU ARE BOOKING MULTIPLE PLACES, PLEASE INPUT QUANTITY AND CLICK ADD TO CART FIRST TO ENSURE THERE ARE SUFFICIENT PLACES REMAINING (IT WILL TELL YOU HOW MANY PLACES ARE LEFT). 

Mar
16
6:30 pm18:30

Curry night

Join us for our midweek curry night, learn how to cook up a quick, easy and healthy typical Indian weeknight meal.  We will be making our traditional chicken curry, dal, stir fried seasonal vegetables and rice, served with roti and kachumber.

It's a great way to wind down after work and enjoy a typical Indian home cooked meal.

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details.  

FULLY BOOKED

Mar
11
11:00 am11:00

Lentils for lent

Join us to learn exactly how to make a good dal, from soaking and boiling your lentils to the spices you need to use, according to a few of our old family recipes.  We will cook a yellow toor dal with seasonal vegetables, a brown masoor dal, a chick pea vindaloo and a traditional Gujerati black-eyed bean and yoghurt curry.  We will serve this for lunch with fresh kachumber, pilau rice and roti, and finish our meal with some traditional chai and indian sweets.

When you make a successful booking, we will email you to confirm times and address details.  

FULLY BOOKED

Feb
12
10:00 am10:00

Masala Chai

Bring some friends and join us for Masala Chai on Friday 12 February to learn more about all the spices in our masala dabba and try out some of the key flavourings in traditional Indian home food.

MENU

Coriander and mint chutney and cucumber open sandwiches

Turmeric and mustard seed potato samosas

Chickpea flour fritters

Spinach Hara Bhara kebabs

Cashew and cardamom burfi 

Almond kulfi with saffron

TEAS

Ginger, cardamom and pepper chai

Lemon verbena tea

Orange pekoe, lady grey and saffron tea