A tasting of classic and my own modern style of Persian cooking
Minimum donation of £40.00 per person includes a special cocktail on arrival & your meal
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17 Feb 13 by The Botanical Baker
02 Jul 12 by Table for ONE
14 Dec 11 by Going With My Gut
26 Nov 11 by The Skinny Bib
This is a throughly modern setting for a supperclub and the atmosphere was bright and lively full of anticipation for the dishes to come. The food was really unusual for me not having tried much Persian food before but all of it was really delicious and I'm glad that I tried proper Persian food that people eat at home.
My absolute favourite dishes were the fabulously smoky Mirza Ghasemi aubergine and tomato dip and the Khoresht Fesenjan chicken and pomegranite stew, so tangy sweet and more-ish!
Sabrina is a fabulous host who is a real down to earth chef that loves to cook food that makes people happy and sigh in content afterwards. The Persian night was great fun and I'm sure events she hosts will be equally fantastic!
I have never been much of a lover of Supper Clubs, whether it be badly cooked food, poor company or bring your own booze issue BUT my negative views have forever more been disbanded thanks to Sabrina and her fabulous Persian cuisine.
First up the Mirza Ghasemi was fabulous, packing an intense garlic punch it was super tasty (if not a serious no no if one were to be kissing anyone afterwards). The Cotelettes were delightful, delicate, soft, kind of a Thai Fishcake consistency but with the meaty goodness of the beef.
Out of the mains my favourite was the Morrassah Polow, sweet, fragrant, could be easily eaten on its own, but matched with the Joojeh Kebab it was a heavenly plate of Persian perfection. The Poussin was juicy and the meat fell off the bone, as it should if properly cooked.
To top it all off the company was a wonderful eclectic mix of foodies, chefs and Twitter folk, all with a story to tell, a bottle to share, and most importantly open to new food experiences.
Top marks all round, you would be a fool not to go in my opinion and I'm a Supper Club sceptic!
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