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Anna Haugh with Claudia Hearne and William

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Rowley Leigh

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Tandoori-grilled starters by Atul Kochhar

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Anna Haugh with Claudia Hearne and William

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 ROMY GILL'S FEAST OF INDIA
AT THE S
ITWELL SUPPER CLUB
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17
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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. A keen chef of both vegetarian and vegan dishes, meat eaters might find themselves queuing up for her alternatives!

RECEPTION DRINKS
Fishers gin and Double Dutch tonic and Fortnum's Blanc de Noirs Extra Brut Champagne

Produced by Maison Bonnet, Fortnums Extra Brut Blanc de Noir Champagne is made exclusively from Pinot Noir grapes sourced from Les Ricey in the Côte des Bar region. Golden in colour with complex notes of gooseberry, cherry, red apple, and quince, this makes a delicious aperitif and pairs perfectly with foods as varied as charcuterie and mushrooms.

 

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Snacks: Samosa Chaat, layered with chickpeas, potatoes, coriander and mint chutney, yogurt, tamarind, crispy bujiya (fried chickpea snack) and pomegranate

Starter: Spicy Mackerel served on roasted celeriac puree

or vegetarian alternative: Spicy Roasted Cauliflower

Main: Shuka Gosht (lamb) served with Dal, Yarkandi Pulao, Salad

or vegetarian alternative: Shuka Paneer, served with Dal, Yarkandi Pulao, Salad

Dessert: Gajar Ka halwa

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