Join Ruby & Pickles celebrate the start of summer in style at our Mediterranean feast. Expect delicious dishes inspired by Mediterranean food but with an eastern twist, tantalising your taste buds and letting you experience unique blends of flavour.
Dinner will be buffet style and there will be craft beers and cocktails available at the bar (table service will be available).
Biry-cini balls: our special twist on Italian risotto balls, arancini, but made with Indian spicy vegetable rice.
Spiced olives, Turkish pide bread and homemade chilli oil.
Served with nimbu pani, a cooling North Indian lemon and mint drink.
Smoked paprika vegetable ratatouille with an eastern twist
A selection of salads including watermelon, feta and mint salad; spicy carrot salad; potato salad with lime and coriander; and green leafy salad
Served with sesame bread, smoked aubergine raita and the pickle of the month: lemon pickle
Vegetarian: eastern mango mess
Vegan: minted pineapple served with a delicately infused dairy-free yoghurt
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Delicious food, warm and informative hosts and friendly crowd
norseotter attended in June 2016,
reviewed on 21 June 2016
My partner and I had a wonderful time at Ruby & Pickles's Mediterranean Summer Feast, where we were sat at a shared table with a group of friendly and open diners keen to chat over good food. The event was really nicely managed, with information about the food given in advance as well as the opportunity for anybody with specific dietary requirements to get in touch, and on the night the hosts were warm and informative. The selection of food was rich, varied and plentiful, and I particularly enjoyed the added extras of flavoured oils and pickles to enhance the tastes on offer. There was a well-balanced three-course meal as part of the feast with options to stock up on tasty side salads and raita (which was divine), nicely rounded off with dessert. The only addition I can think of would be an optional hot drink tied in with the theme at the end of the meal, such as a nice chai or spiced espresso.