FEAST! curry supper club

*** THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT *** The Little Indian Kitchen’s curry supper club, FEAST!, is set to bring some extra spice and flavour to the opening night of this year’s Woking Food and Drink Festival!

Join Lorna Gangotra Nanda and husband, Rohit, for a feast of authentic North Indian Punjabi cuisine, curated from traditional family recipes and new creations. The menu is locally sourced featuring fresh and seasonal produce in all dishes.

Supper clubs take all the fuss out of dining, they have a set menu and the seating arrangements are informal – meaning you get to meet new people.

The Little Indian Kitchen is a regular trader at the Ripley and Kew farmers’ markets, and local food and drink festivals. You may also recognise Lorna from BBC2’s 'The Big Family Cooking Showdown 2017' series, which she won alongside her sister and sister in law.

  • Date: Friday 30 August
  • Start time: 7.30pm
  • Finish time: 10.30pm
  • Venue: ChristChurch café, Jubilee Square
  • Cost: £45 per person

How to book

Tickets are £45 per person

Capacity is limited and advanced booking is necessary. It is anticipated that tickets will sell out quickly, so please book early to avoid disappointment. Cancellations with up to 7 days’ notice will be given a full refund.

*** THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT ***

Enquiries

For dietary and/or booking requirements, please contact Lorna before making your booking.

Email: info@thelittleindiankitchen.com   

FEAST! menu

(Key: vegetarian (V), gluten-free (GF), nut-free (NF) and dairy-free (DF))

Complimentary welcome drink on arrival

Canapés

Papri chaat. A little explosion of flavours and textures all in one bite! Crispy puris topped with spiced potato and onion, tamarind, coriander chutney, yoghurt, pomegranate and a sprinkling of crunchy sev. (V) (NF)

Cocktail lamb samosa. Deliciously light filo pastry triangles with a spiced filling of succulent ground lamb, onions and peas. (DF) (NF)

OR

Cocktail vegetable samosa. Deliciously light filo pastry triangles with a spiced filling of potatoes and vegetables. (V) (NF) (DF)

Starter

Chicken puri chaat. Succulent chicken pieces cooked in a rich tomato and onion masala, finished with chaat masala, fresh lemon and coriander served on a puri. (NF)

OR

Paneer puri chaat. Delicate paneer pieces cooked in a rich tomato and onion masala, finsihed with Chaat masala, fresh lemon and coriander served on a puri. (V) (NF)

Main course (a selection of dishes served per table, family style)

Chicken curry*. A firm family favourite from Lorna’s late Biji's (grandmother's) recipe repertoire, cooked in her homemade masala 'tarka'. (GF) (DF) (NF)

Baingan ka bharta*. Smoked aubergine cooked with fresh ginger, garlic and tomatoes. (V) (GF) (DF) (NF)

Anardana channa*. Pomegranate chickpea curry. Another family favourite and Lorna’s Mama's signature dish. (V) (GF) (DF) (NF)

Tarka raita*. Luscious thick yoghurt with cucumber, seasoned with freshly ground cumin, topped with a ’tarka’ dressing. (V) (GF) (NF)

Laccha paranta*. Flaky layered Indian flatbread. (V) (NF)

Jeera rice* and red onion salad*. (V) (GF) (DF) (NF)

(* As seen on BBC2 and Netflix ‘The Big Family Cooking Showdown’. These dishes took the Gangotra family through to win the series!)

Dessert

Kheer. Indian rice pudding with almonds and sultanas finished with crushed pistachios and a touch of 'gold'. (V) (GF)

Masala chai (Indian tea) (V) (GF) (NF)

Cardamom shortbread (V) (NF)

Additional information

Drinks, alcoholic or non-alcoholic can be purchased at the venue.

All main course curries and most other dishes on this menu are gluten-free (GF), nut-free (NF) and dairy-free (DF) as stated with exceptions for:

  • Papri chaat (canapé) which is not GF or DF but can be made DF;
  • Paneer puri chaat (starter) which is not GF or DF but can be made DF;
  • Chicken puri chaat (starter) which is not GF or DF but can be made DF; 
  • Kheer (dessert) which is not DF or NF but can be made NF.