Chairman Mao's Chinese New Year Feast Sunday 3rd February 2013

Supperclubs & Popups | Chinese | Pop Up | Private Dining | Supperclub

Rating: 10.0

hosted by Two Hungry Girls Supperclub

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What would Chairman Mao and his dignitaries have eaten for a Chinese New Year Feast? THG start 2013 with a colourful history of some Chinese favourites whilst ushering in the Lunar New Year of the Snake. We will also regale stories of why Mao himself loved slow-braised pork, how some dishes are named after Chinese political officials and of course why particular dishes are eaten during the most auspicious time in the Chinese calendar.

As usual we reserve the right to surprise and delight you on the day, but you can expect:

Lychee Sake-tini


"Abundance" Ceviche Fish, Fresh Vegetable & Pomelo Salad with a Plum Sauce
Deep Fried Vermicelli Wrapped Fish
"Gold Ingot" Dumplings in Chilli Oil Dressing

Salted Egg Yolk King Prawns
Seasonal Braised Green Vegetables with Garlic
Chairman Mao's Red Slow-Braised Pork Belly
Gong Bao Chicken in a Yam Basket


A Surprise Dessert fit for a Culinary Revolution!

This is a Bring Your Own Booze Event. We are happy to advise on any wine and beverage pairings suitable with Chinese cuisine. As it's a Chinese New Year theme, feel free to wear Red, the most "lucky" colour for the occasion!

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Magical evening

Rating: 10

YKW attended in February 2013, reviewed on 4 February 2013

Not knowing what to expect, but having attended a twohungrygirls' event before, i was looking forward to the evening's offering. I wasn't prepared for the imaginative, thoughtful and delicious experience we were about to embark on.

My thanks to the fantastic cooks, and to the talented and very endearing 'hungry storyteller', who, in between courses, enlightened and entertained with stories, songs, poems and readings to describe what Chinese new year means to her.

The food delighted with playfulness and symbolism and there was something (and plenty) for everyone. Despite generous quantities, serving plates were meticulously cleaned out.

I'll certainly be looking out for the next event.

Two Hungry Girls Supperclub responded on 8 February 2013:

Thank you for a lovely review! We're so pleased you enjoyed the evening, and hope to feed you again soon:)

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