hosted by The Unlikely Collective
This is the fourth Supperclub that we will host. Bowing to pressure, threats, blackmail etc., the Malaysian of the group will be preparing a tribute to the rich and varied cuisine of her country. It is still a daunting challenge, locating all necessary ingredients. Add to that the challenge of not being able to taste some dishes and relying only on a sense of remembered smell to judge them (The Malaysian is allergic to shrimp, and also promised her Granny that she wouldn't cook. Because in her culture, cooking is for poor people. Confucius say: Do not eat onions for you will smell like peasant. Damn you, Confucius!)
As a rule, we keep the menu top-secret until the day, and the venue will only be revealed to interested parties.
We have resolved to stay away from twitter, timeout and groupon as the human element is a massive part of the dynamic, and it would be a travesty to sacrifice this organic process for filthy lucre (Well, it would be nice to make A profit. BUT, this is our antidote to working in an industry that prize £££ above all else.)
What I can tell you:
There will be eight courses and half a bottle of wine (from a lovely co-op in East London) for £60
Expect some dramatics and theatrics, it is inevitable.
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