Bringing traditional Persian fare to Cambridge, My Persian Kitchen is a new pop up & shared dining experience concept created by Sirous V Naderi & Abigail Plet. It is about simple traditional food, made with quality ingredients. The idea for My Persian Kitchen was born thanks to the inspiration of Sirous's grandmother and mother's home cooking. Through his dishes, Sirous hopes to take his guests on a journey to Iran, helping them discover new flavours and traditions along the way.
Bookings can be made from 6.45pm to 8.15pm Saturday 22nd October 2016
The total cost for the menu is £24 per head. The £5 booking fee (payable via Eventbrite) will be deducted from your final bill.
What to expect: A mix of two starters, a main course with a side salad and a dessert
Persian Pop Up Menu
(V) BORANI ESFANAJ
Steamed spinach mixed with thick strained hand-made yoghurt dip
Sautéed aubergine, walnuts, garlic, whey and mint dip
Served with Iranian flat bread & Torshi Shoor (Persian mixed pickles)
KHORESH-E-BAMIEH (Vegetarian main)*
A tangy & flavourful stew made with tender okra in a tomato sauce, served with steamed saffron rice
KHORESH-E-GHEYMEH SIBZAMINI (Meat main)
Lamb stew with split yellow peas & dried limes, cooked in a tomato sauce & topped with sliced potato chips, served with steamed saffron rice
Adas lentil & quinoa salad with a lemon & sumac dressing
Persian vanilla & saffron ice cream topped with crunchy pistachio nuts
To book simply choose your prefered booking time, and reserve your spot.
If your group is larger than the number than the number of places available at any time, drop us an email and we will try and accommodate your request, firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please confirm vegetraian menu choice by email to email@example.com
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
firstname.lastname@example.org 07580 801 905
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
What is the refund policy?
48 hours before the event
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
No problem, It's all about the food!