Saturday Dec 15, 2012: 19:00 until 22:30
To Be Confirmed
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(5 places remaining)
In addition to the 2 Whisky Squad sessions in December, we’re also going to be holding the 3rd Whisky Squad Christmas Dinner! Bit of a change in format this year: we’re very excited to announce that the evening will be a new Christmas whisky experience, with menu by Darjeeling Express:
Indian taste sensations from Nawabi & Mughal recipes with a modern twist, prepared by the incomparable Asma Khan and our very own Pooja Vir.
Pooja’s very kindly offered to host us in her home for this dinner. Partners are of course welcome, however we’re limited to 14 spaces – which ought to make for a nice cheery little get-together. The idea is for it to be more of a social event, but with excellent food and a couple of whiskies to put the year to bed.
The evening will be a 3 course sharing dinner, a selection of whiskies to taste, and otherwise be a nice informal end of year get together (for environmental reasons we’re scrapping the quiz). Please bring anything you’d like to drink in addition to the whiskies we’ll be tasting – haven’t finalised the list yet but we’re looking at 3 or 4 of those.
Saturday December 15th, 19:00 onwards, £30 per person, Paddington area.
Samosas stuffed with a delicately spiced
mixture of potatoes, vegetables, onions and
Salmon and dill masala fish cakes
Served with a spicy coriander & green
The Calcutta version of India’s favourite
street food. A tangy and spicy combination
of Bengal gram, tamarind chutney, spices
and yogurt layered on a bed of crispy
Chicken tangdi kabab
Chicken drumstick kababs marinated in
yoghurt, garlic and ginger – a Lucknow
staple from the late 19th century.
Spiced with South Indian flavours – fresh
curry leaves, black mustard seeds and black
pepper from Kerala.
Beef rogan josh
Originally introduced to India by the
Mughals,, this Persian dish is one of the
highlights of a Kashmiri Wazwan banquet.
A Punjabi favourite with spinach.
Gajar ka halva
A slow cooked carrot pudding inspired by
the red winter carrots from Asma’s
hometown of Aligarh.
Bookings are closed for this event.