After 4 years of blogging, cooking, food reviewing and eating, I have decided to start my own food Pop Up - Calcutta Street - An East Indian Street Food experience.
I am cooking along with Asia House resident chef Paul Bloomfield and we are planning to cook up a storm in the kitchen. Steve, the owner and DJ of Zensai will be playing some Bollywood Psyc Funk music - cherry on the cake! So it will be an afternoon of food, drinks and fun!
With this ticket you can have any of the 3 dishes below - The portions are big, I am generous with food and a bottle of Cobra Beer! :D
Phuchka – the Bengali version of Pani Puri
Bengali Lamb Curry with Potatoes and Luchi (Commonly known as Puri)
Egg Roll – You have seen the video I made?
Pav Bhaji – The Bengali version of the famous Mumbai Street Food
bollywood martini ( bombay sapphire gin/bols yoghurt liqueur/mango pulp/homemade garam masala syrup/star anais)
tamarind mint julep ( jack daniels/ mint leaves/lime/tamarind pulp/crushed ice/fresh tamarind)
curry leaf and coriander martini ( grey goose vodka/curry leaves/coriander/lillet rose/lime juice)
plantation daquiri ( plantation 5 year old barbados rum/mahini coconut rum,plantation overproof trinidad rum/trois rivieres sugar cane/lime twist/air dried coconut)
It's my first baby step in starting something bigger so will really appreciate if you come and support me!
Look forward to see you all on 7th March at Camden!
After 4 years of blogging, cooking, food reviewing and eating, I decided to start my own food Pop Up – Calcutta Street – An East Indian food experience. Bengali food shares a lot of common history with England, as Calcutta was the first British Capital. Where chai meets a cuppa and the question of what came first? Devilled eggs or scotch eggs boggles the mind, Calcutta Street is a good way to experience traditional Indian food from my grandma's kitchen in London.