Evening Standard


Top 50 Things To Do In Autumn

The mavens of style and taste at the Evening Standard have tipped the Great Indian Food Feast as one of the Top 50 must do and taste adventures in the capital this Autumn. The pop up supper is happening on Thursday 3rd at Bermondsey Square Hotel with myself and pal, Indunil Sanchi (Pub Curry Chef of the Year) spinning diners through a gastronomic rollercoaster across the Indian Subcontinent, buy tickets here as they're likely to shift as quick as hot chapattis straight off the stove!

The Great Indian Food Feast celebrates Britian’s love for curry and introduces dishes from the various corners of the Indian subcontinent, including family recipes featured in the Urban Rajah’s Curry Memoirs and from Indunil’s vast recipe repository; all served with a variety of carefully selected beers from around the world.

The feast educates, excites and teases the appetite of the spice hungry through storytelling, eating as well as learning how to cook dishes off the eaten track - BOOK NOW

Click here for the Evening Standard piece

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