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BOOK YOUR SEAT AT ROMY GILL'S FEAST OF INDIA
The Sitwell Supper Club is delighted to announce a dinner by the celebrated chef Romy Gill on Friday February 17 2023. Appointed an MBE in Her Late Majesty's 90th Birthday Honours in 2016 Romy is regarded as one of the UK's finest Indian chefs. This dinner will be a journey across India featuring some of her favourite dishes from classic street food, to a sumptuous lamb dish and ending with a classic halwa dessert.
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WILLIAM'S WINE OF THE MONTH: FRESH FROM SICILY
Banish the February blues with a fresh-tasting glass of Vialetto Grecanico 2021. With scents of apple juice, or even blossom, this is a lively wine that builds on the palate. The name Vialetto means 'alleyway' and evokes the ancient passages that weave through old Italian towns. It's just £11 a bottle, has a screwcap for emergency access and is available from William's wine store, the world's smallest wine shop, William's House Wines
DISCOVER WILLIAM'S RESTAURANT OF THE MONTH
Leading a competitive field of deliciousness this month is the new restaurant from acclaimed chef Henry Harris. Bringing his two passions together, the classic bouchon style of restaurant in Lyons and his own famous - but now closed - establishment Racine, is Bouchon Racine. 'If you don't like it, you don't like food,' wrote William in The Telegraph. Click on the button to read the full review and details of how to book
HAS WILLIAM DISCOVERED THE CURE TO OBESITY
Obesity always gets blamed on everyone but the individual. But now, what's this? A solution to a problem that costs the Treasury more then terrorism? Was shrinkflation invented by a secret cabal desperate to reduce our waistlines? With prices rising and food products getting smaller this could be the only cure since rationing that might help us pinch less than an inch. William explores his new conspiracy theory in The Telegraph...