Fresh from the adrenalin of our North Leeds pop ups we’re pleased to announce a few more events to take us safely through spring. These go on sale Monday 5th March at 5pm – this is your 24 hour warning!
Friday 27th April – Indian Streetfood
For these events I’ll be bringing the Manor back to the Manor for a more intimate affair. I’ll be using Chetna Makan’s latest book on Indian Streetfood to create an exciting supperclub menu. People may remember Chetna from bake off where she was famed for being a flavour queen – my kind of cook! She uses spices in fun and inventive ways and I’m looking forward to creating a formal tasting menu menu with some very informal food! Tickets will be £35pp and gets you our usual Manor feast plus welcome drink. Click here to read about our last Chetna event.
Thursday 24th May – Cucina Povera vs Cucina Alta
As part of this year’s Leeds Indie Food Festival we’ll be teaming up with Italian stalwarts Salvos and new social enterprise, Leeds Cookery School. The Cookery School (based in the beautiful Old Fire Station) will play host to an exclusive mash up between ourselves and Salvos. This chef’s table event will be an interactive dining experience centred around Gip Dammone’s passion for Cucina Povera – the Southern Italian peasant cuisine famed for making the most of very simple ingredients. We’ll be introducing some simple but high end (alta), luxury twists to elevate his dishes to another level! Tickets will be £37pp and this gets you a four-course meal, lots of treats to try, and a welcome aperitivo, as well as demonstrations galore from our passionate and knowledgeable chefs – it’ll change the way you see your ingredients! What’s more all proceeds from this event will go towards the Cookery School’s charity arm – helping disadvantaged communities in Leeds. This will be an evening event (7pm-10pm). Tickets will be available direct from Leeds Indie Food.