Join Khao Suppers & Tiipoi on Friday 10th November for an evening of gathering, joy and celebration as we gather around the dinner table for Diwali! Diwali, also known as the Festival of Lights and a festival celebrated worldwide. It symbolises the triumph of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance. The festival fosters a sense of unity, joy, and hope within communities regardless of religion or creed. It's a time of reflection, gratitude, and the renewal of bonds with loved ones.
Tulsi, Ginger & Lemon cooler (with or without Tequila)
Mushroom Butter Masala Crostini
Classic french butter mushroom duxelle reimagined with garam masala seasoning served on crostini.
steamed savoury cakes made with fermented lentils, rice, gram flour and yoghurt, spiced with ginger.
Marcha na Bhajia
Whole large green chillies are stuffed with a mashed potato filling and deep-fried in a soft gram flour batter.
Classic crispy mini round breads are filled with chickpeas, onions and tomatoes, topped with crispy vermicelli.
Undhyu with rotli
Festive shaak made with green banana, sweet potato, purple yam, green beans, and stuffed aubergine and chillies, with gram flour dumplings, slow-cooked and served with spelt flour rotli or chapati.
Kadhi & Bhaat
Classic Gujarati kadhi made with spiced yoghurt, tempered in ghee (clarified butter) and curry leaves.
Papad & Anthanu
Poached Pear & Srikhand
Seasonal British pears poached in chai masala served with hung curd Srikhand seasoned with saffron. Served with pistachio crumble.