Jai Ho India

Supperclubs & Popups | Indian | Vegetarian | Supperclub

Rating: 9.0

hosted by Darjeeling Express

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The first Darjeeling Express supper club of the year will be on 26th January 2013 – India’s Republic Day. We are feeling patriotic and so this feast will showcase some of our favourite dishes inspired by the four corners of our immense country. Come, celebrate with us!
Time: 7.30pm
Venue: A private residence in Central London

Tickets: £32 and is a BYOB evening.


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STARTERS

*Chana chaat

The Calcutta version of India’s favourite street food. A tangy combination of Bengal gram, tamarind chutney, spices and yogurt layered on a bed of crispy “paapri”.

*Keema Samosa
(Vegetarian: Paneer Samosa)

*Chicken Tengri Kabab

*Chicken drumsticks marinated in yoghurt, garlic and ginger – a Lucknow staple from the late 19th century.
(Vegetarian: Stuffed Okra)



MAIN COURSE

*North India – Mutton Rogan Josh

Originally introduced to India by the Mughals, this Persian dish is one of the highlights of a Kashmiri Wazwan banquet.
(Vegetarian: Paneer Butter Masala)

*South India – Dosa Aloo

Potatoes with mustard seeds, curry leaves and cashew nuts.

*East India – Chicken Korma

A mild, pale chicken curry with almonds and raisins.
(Vegetarian: Mixed vegetable niramish)


*West India – Goan Fish Curry
(Vegetarian: Spicy green peas)


SERVED WITH

*Channa Daal

*Baingan Bhaja

*Puris

*Pallau


DESSERT

*Khubani ka Meetha

A luscious Hyderabadi dessert. Asma settles for nothing less than the delicious Hunza apricots.

*Gajrela

A hot carrot pudding – perfect for London’s winter.

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Jai Ho Indeed

Rating: 9

monacheng attended in January 2013, reviewed on 27 January 2013

A charming setting with a eclectic bunch of people in attendance. I arrived just in time for the food and it just kept on coming. Atmosphere was and I would have still enjoyed it if the music was a little louder. Really great value for money and especially enjoyed the rogan josh, potato curry and the fish curry. The fish curry was like nothing I've ever tasted before... superb!! Then onto the dessert... who would have though carrot and milk would taste be so yummy. A sweet end to a sweet night.

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