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South African Indian Supper Club at Two Spoons

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Thu, 2019-11-07 10:18
Saturday, November 23, 2019 - 19:00
Europe: London

Two Spoons
72 Honor Oak Park
SE23 1DY

West Africa Cooks are listing this event called South African Indian Supper Club at Two Spoons on 2019-11-23 19:00:00

The vast cultural diversity of South Africa and the foods that are the result of such cultures combines to form the most extraordinary explosion of taste, texture and spice.
When the first Indians arrived in South Africa in 1860 they brought with them their spices , however being in a foreign land one would slowly adapt to the resources and ingredients at hand. In doing so they have created a number of aromatic dishes that have been passed down in generations and are what we now call South African Indian cuisine. We have a variety of dishes ranging from seafood to vegetables. However, what South Africa is especially known for is the famous “Durban Bunny-Chow” (hollowed loaf of white bread and curry of choice inside it)which was created by the Indian labourers as they required a way of carrying their lunches to work and this was the cheapest most efficient means of doing so.

Come and join Fiona Moodliar for a night filled with spice and history as we immerse ourselves in the culture and taste of South African Indian Cuisine.


4 courses

 A Welcome from us

 Cocktail on arrival

 Vegetarian mini bunny chow on a bed of grated tomato


 Spicy Chilli bites and Sweet Chilli Dip (V)


 Mini minty Lamb Meatballs served withtomato Chutney

 The Main event

 Durban Chicken Curry simmered in a spicy gravy, fragrant basmati rice and tomato chilli sambal


 Sweetcorn Lagan vegetarian Loaf with sesame, served with braised Cabbage and dhal (V)

 Something sweet

 Duet dessert: Milk tart, creamy and rich press on pastry crust & Sticky malva pudding with Amarula cream


Two Spoons is a cosy cocktail bar with classic & craft gins, craft beers, tasty signature cocktails and live jazz on Saturdays. It has a cosy & warm atmosphere where you can relax and enjoy conversations with your friends and loved ones.





What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Honor Oak Park Station is literally 2 mins walk from the venue. It is served by the overground and regular trains. Parking is available outside and in the surrounding streets. Buses coming to the area are 122, 171, 172, P4, P12. Nightbus N171

is there a minimum age requirements?

18 years old.

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Your map address 72 Honor Oak Park, London, SE23 1DY.
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