Attention all foodies! The critically acclaimed Spice Club Pop-Up Restaurant has arrived in Birmingham.
That’s right Birmingham, The Spice Club‘s debut in Birmingham will be at the ever-cool Six Eight Kafe at Millennium Point – a “Four Course Indian Feast Supperclub” on Saturday 26th September, 7-10pm.
It promises to be a truly social pop-up dining experience, a four-course menu of mouth-watering authentic Indian dishes and hearty conversations in a relaxed and intimate atmosphere.
Made fresh, using locally sourced ingredients and family flung flair, this feast will be one not to be miss!
Vegetarians and those with gluten intolerance can be easily catered for.
The demand is going to be high, and places will be limited so those wanting to book are encouraged to do so as quickly as possible.
Places can be booked here: http://www.designmynight.com/birmingham/whats-on/food-drink/the-spice-club. 10% of all sales are donated to charity.
The Spice Club have also been critically acclaimed by some of the leading voices of opinion and been featured on BBC TV, BBC Radio, BBC Food Magazine, The Telegraph, Sainsbury’s Magazine, Company Magazine, and is voted one of the 5 best supper-clubs in the country by the Guardian.
So what is The Spice Club?
Monica Sawhney started Manchester’s first ever supper club, The Spice Club, in 2010 with the help of her mother, Anita, who taught her how to cook classic, flavoursome & comforting North Indian dishes.
Growing up relishing her mother’s cooking, Monica quickly became passionate about showcasing Indian food the way it should be – home cooked, delicious and family-style!
Since its humble beginnings, The Spice Club has gone from strength to strength. Monica’s supper club events have continued to grow in popularity in Manchester, and with a three-month reserve-queue, you have to be pretty lucky to get to go!
There is always an eclectic mix of attendees at Monica’s events – previous esteemed guests have included the Michelin Star chef Aiden Byrne and Lasan’s Akhtar Islam.