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The Great Indian Food Feast

Sensory Journey

Sensory Journey

The Great Indian Food Feast is a gastronomic adventure crafted by two of Britain’s most exciting spice chefs; thrice award winning Pub Curry Chef of the Year Indunil Sanchi, Head Chef at The Noel Arms Hotel, Chipping Campden and cookbook author and pop up restaurateur Ivor Peters aka The Urban Rajah.

Spinning diners through a sensory journey of regional Indian food, the Great Indian Food Feast celebrates Britain’s love for curry and introduces dishes from the various corners of the Indian subcontinent, family recipes featured in the Urban Rajah’s Curry Memoirs and from Indunil’s vast recipe repository.

Your journey begins with mouth watering streetfood dishes from across the subcontinent, followed by hard to find gourmet recipes from across India, Sri Lanka and Pakistan’s regions. Each recipe will transport its diners to an evocative moment shaped over decades and scented by the streets, beaches and countryside of this sprawling diaspora. Delicately spiced chicken from Ceylon, tangy prawns from Kerala, earthy and tender lamb from Sindh and tastes from the Punjab and Rajahstan await foodies in this feast exploration of Asia.

Married with carefully paired beers and wine from around the world guests will be motivated to tear up the take-away menu and upgrade their taste buds to authentic food from the Great Indian Food Feast. The Great Indian Food Feast is an oratory experience as well as a gastronomic one, as the Urban Rajah whisks diners through a collection of personal stories, a short history of Indian food, spice pairing and little known quirky facts and miscellany behind Britain’s best loved cuisine…a short quiz with prizes rewards the most attentive listeners!

The evening takes a hands-on approach, as guests are also given an opportunity to assist Indunil in an opulent table-side dessert demonstration, which is then devoured by fellow sweet toothed diners.

The Great Indian Food Feast is a transformational experience, as a percentage of the evening’s funds will be donated to IID supporting education and healthcare projects for children and helping families living in India’s slums and International Justice Mission helping to liberate those trapped in the human trafficking chain.

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