Street Food of Nepal.

Supperclubs & Popups | Nepalese | Vegetarian | BYOB | Drinks Pairing | Eat and Meet | Pop Up | Restaurant Special Menu | Supperclub

Rating: 9.0

hosted by Rajiv's Kitchen

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Rajiv's Kitchen is taking you to the busy streets of Kathmandu to sample some of Nepal's best street foods!

Imagine yourself walking down the hectic & equally enchanting streets of Kathmandu, observing the friendly vendors cooking from their carts, while taking in the delicious smells  along the way. There is such a wonderful array of food to choose from, and we have chosen 10 of the most loved dishes for you to sample so you can experience what Nepalese street food is all about.

To accompany the Nepalese delights, we will serve up to you some Lemongrass & Cardamom Gin inspired drinks/cocktails from Butler's Gin! The gin is crafted and distilled from a hidden away warehouse in Hackney Wick, and is inspired from a Victorian recipe brought back to life by Ross William Butler (@butlersgin), who hand signs each bottle that leaves the distillery adding a personal touch to every bottle.

Come and join us to celebrate a night of traditional Nepalese street food, with a difference!

The menu for this event includes:

Complimentary Welcome Drink: Butler's Lemongrass & Cardamom Gin and Tonic

OR A glass of Prosecco upon arrival.

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Pork Momos:
Nepalese bitesize dumplings served with spicy tomato & sesame sauce. 

Aloo Chop:
Chicken & potatoes Nepalese croquette served with home made tamarind chutney. 

Maasu Baara:
Lentils & minced Lamb Nepalese patties served with green chutney.

Mini Samosa Chat:
Spicy & tangy;Vegetable Samosa, crushed & topped with chick peas,yoghurt, chaat masala and freshly cut sweet red onions, chilli & coriander.

Chatamari:
Nepalese rice crepes/pizza topped with minced lamb & hot spicy sauce. 

Paani Puri:
A round, hollow puri, fried crisp and filled with a mixture of flavoured water,
tamarind chutney, chili, potato, onion and chickpeas.

Sekuwa:
Classic Nepali Chicken skewers, marinated overnight with szechuan
pepper, nutmeg, lime zest & yoghurt.

Hyakula:
Sticky Lamb ribs, marinated in Nepalese herbs and spices.

Choyela:
Marinated & grilled chicken with fenugreek seeds,schezuan pepper,lime & 
Nepalese herb & spices.

Sel Roti:
Nepalese sweet ring-shaped rice bread/doughnut,prepared during festivals &
celebration. Served with home-made coconut ice cream. 

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We use fresh local produce/ingredients bought on the same day for our cooking.

If you are vegetarian or have any food allergies, please inform us in advance so we can improvise our menu to suit your needs. 

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VENUE: Hackney E5( 2 mins from Clapton station, 5-7 mins walk from Hackney Downs and 15 mins walk from Hackney Central)

Buses: 38, 48, 55, 56, 106, 254, 393, 425 & 488. 

(The venue is situated above the best-loved corner shop in Lower Clapton: Palm 2; offering a cozy & relaxed atmosphere.)

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The price includes: 10 course meal and 2-3 drinks/cocktails.

It's a BYO event. 

We will look forward to meeting you all and providing you with a wonderful ethnic adventure at this special event!!!!

 

 

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Supperclub time and the living is Nepalese-y | The Spice Scribe

24 Nov 13 by Culinary Adventures of The Spice Scribe

A delightful taste of Nepali street food

Rating: 9

vfrancis attended in November 2013, reviewed on 26 November 2013

Really excellent selection of Nepali treats, particularly loved the Momo, puri, the two chicken dishes and the green chutney.

Lovely venue as well, warm and welcoming on a freezing cold evening.

My second visit to a Rajivs Kitchen event and as excellent as the first.

(I can't get the rating indicator to work so I'd be grateful if you could set it to 9 on my behalf. [EE Admin: Done])

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