We’ve had enough time to recover from our May Big Brunch Challenge and we’re rested and raring to go with our next run of supperclub events! Next week, we’ll be celebrating all things French and celebrating Bastille Day with a wonderful lunch.
Some traditional dishes with modern twists, this will be an exciting one. Here’s the menu, we can’t wait to get cooking.
Last week we gave you a sneak preview for our summer 2017 dates. So… here are the links so that you can book on below!
Saturday 15th July 2017 – Bastille Lunch We’ll be cooking up a Saturday lunch inspired by all things French in honour of Bastille Day! If you’re not wearing a breton stripe, then you’re not coming in! Spaces for this event are £30pp Fully Booked
Friday 11th August and Saturday 12th August 2017 – Veggie Fine Dining If you’re interested to see what we can do with veg, then these are the events for you. We promise you will not miss any meat! Note, Friday 11th will be an evening supperclub event and the Saturday 12th will be a lunchtime event. The same small plates menu will be served at both events. This event is £35pp. Fully Booked
Saturday 30th September 2017 – Scandinavian Comfort Food This evening supperclub will showcase all things Scandi and Hygge. As you know we’re obsessed with all things Scandi so any excuse for us to put on another supperclub with this theme! £35pp. Fully Booked
Time’s flown by since our Ottolenghi event last month and next weekend we will be welcoming 24 guests over two evenings to enjoy an array of delights inspired by Rick Stein’s new book, Long Weekends.
Here’s the menu, we’ll be taking our guests on a culinary tour of Europe, from Reykjavik to Palermo to Vienna and beyond! All washed down with four beautiful beers from Leeds’ own North Brewing Company.
We’re already through with January and coming up to our second event of the year! This time we’re lunching and using the reissued version of the Ottolenghi cookbook as our muse. Bold, sunny, spiced flavours to tingle those taste buds.
We’re looking forward to cooking this up, would love to know what you think!