hosted by Burmese Food and Beyond
Here's your chance to try Burmese food, one of South East Asia's least-known cuisines, at my first event at my home on the outskirts of South East London.
All proceeds will go to Medical Action Myanmar, a charity working in Burma to provide medical care to those who most need it.
Burmese food is a little like Thai, a little like Indian and a little like Chinese (hardly surprising since those are Burma aka Myanmar's neighbours), but it takes these influences and then combines them with techniques, ingredients and flavours of its own to make something subtle, delicious and unique.
This is a lunchclub rather than a supperclub - the menu will vary, but will include such dishes as Shan tofu fritters, Mogok pork curry, pickled tea-leaf salad, and the national dish Mohinga.
Food will be served family-style, guests will be sat around communal tables, and we will join you and show you how to eat with your hands in the traditional manner and encourage you to follow suit, if you feel brave enough!
BYOB, although water and juice will be provided.
Please let me know of any dietary restrictions on the booking form.
Address will be provided at the time of booking, but we live on the outskirts of South East London (Zone 4).
Please note that as an Asian household, we ask that you do not wear outdoor shoes inside. Therefore please bring slippers to change into or wear socks that you're comfortable showing off :)
My book Noodle! (100 Great Recipes)