Supperclub Presents Hardeep SinghMALIKA DALAMAL
Need a holiday? Take a trip to Punjab and the subcontinent via Notting Hill (London, England), thanks to a new series at the Supperclub - the West London restaurant / performance space.
On November 2, 2012, celebrity chef and cookbook author Hardeep Singh will host a Bollywood themed evening cooking up an exotic feast including vegetable pakora with slow roast tomato sauce, seared tandoori scallops, braised oxtail with grapefruit and coriander salad and much more.
And to add some extra spice to the colourful evening, there will also be bhangra dancing and waiters dressed in traditional Punjabi dress. As usual, you are invited to dance, sing, eat and get involved.
To book (£49 for 4 courses)
Conversation about this article
1: Sangat Singh (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), October 12, 2012, 8:04 PM.
There was a time when Prithia, Guru Arjan's elder brother, sent his goon to loot everything in Guru Arjan's humble abode. Just a little flour was left in an earthen pot and Mata Ganga - Guru Ji's mehal - manged to make a couple of dry rotis, and started to cry because of the dire situation. At that time, gurbani came in thankfulness: "rookho bhojan bhoom sain sakhee / paria-a sang sookh bihat" [GGS:1306.12] - "Even with only dry crusts of bread, and a hard floor on which to sleep, my life passes in peace and pleasure with my Beloved." Hardeep jio, do you have such a menu?