Flavours of Spring ~ An indulgent Holi lunch

Supperclubs & Popups | Indian | Halal | Vegetarian | Eat and Meet | Supperclub

Rating: 10.0

hosted by London Chaiparty

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Holi is the festival of colours celebrated in India. Come March spring arrives in the sub continent after a harsh Himalayan winter (North and North East). People are in the mood to celebrate. And celebrate they do with colours, water balloons, music and of course good food and lots of drinks.

This Holi we are bringing you a specially curated vegetarian feast from the kitchens and streets of North India. It may be too cold to douse in coloured water, but just perfect for this indulgent lunch. 

Welcome Drink 

Thandai Cocktail ~ a chilled milky concoction drank during the festival, jazzed up with vodka (Non Alcoholic Option ~ Chilled Thandai)

Trio of Starters

Dahi Bhalla (V) ~ This famous chaat is a perfect medley of sweet, sour and spicy flavours

Pani Puri (V) ~ Straight from the bazaars of Delhi, this is perhaps one of the most popular street foods of india

Ram Ladoo (V)  ~ Lentil fritters with a generous dash of spicy coriander chutney and fine radish shavings

The Great Holi Thali - a selection of curries, rice and bread served the traditional way

Shahi Malai Kofta (V)~ Homemade stuffed paneer balls in a rich gravy, fit for the royals

Paanch Mel Daal (V) ~ Five different lentils slow cooked together with heady spices and ghee

Phool Gobi ki Sabzi (V) ~ A simple cauliflower number, lightly spiced but without any compromise on flavour 

Jeera Rice (V)~ Fragrant basmatic rice cooked with cumin, garam masala and ghee

Hare Matar ki Poori (V)~ Fried bread stuffed with green pea filling

Aloo Rasa (V) ~ This potato curry accompanies the fried bread

Cucumber Raita (V) ~ Thick & creamy yogurt, mixed with cucumber, to balance the rich dishes

Papad (V)~ Cos every thali needs a papad

Washed down with Kingfisher beer* (Non Alcoholic Option ~ Spiced Lemonade)

Muh Meetha ~ The Dessert Platter

Holi Hai ~ Celebrating the arrival of Spring with this colourful deconstructed Gujjiya

Mehfil ki Rani ~ Star of the feast is this luscious white chocolate mousse topped with mini gulab jamuns

*Beer will be limited to 1 330ml bottle per person. However, there will be a limited variety of beer and wine that can be purchased at the venue.

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Rating: 10

helloritu83 attended in March 2017, reviewed on 14 March 2017

It was an amazing experience. Getting all the regional delicacies from India in London is an absolute pleasure. A big thanks to the amazing ladies. Hats off to the effort they have put together. We all could feel the warmth with which they all served us. I would definitely be a part of future supperclubs.


Fantastic Holi Feast

Rating: 10

Madge attended in March 2017, reviewed on 12 March 2017

Thoroughly enjoyed this event. The food was great in lots of ways - interesting flavours and new experiences, very well executed. There was a warm and convivial atmosphere and my friend and I thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.

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