An absolutely STORMING Supper Club here at weekend, cheffed by Jan Cron and Antonio Pazos outside in the Moregeous garden. 35 guests all sipping on Sangria, socially distancing, scoffing food then salsa dancing! It was SO brilliant that we’ve already listed the next one – it goes live on Eventbrite tonight, do not miss your chance for the best August Bank Holiday Saturday foodie night out. We’ve also got a new chef starting with us, the delightful Ness Cohen who runs Dinner By Ness, with her first evening booked for the 22 August. This will be an absolutely joyous Middle Eastern feast… scroll down for more details.
So…. who wants to see a few pics of Saturday’s fun to tempt your taste buds because let’s face it, now Boris has blown up the AirBridge, this is the closest you’ll get to Spain this year 😉
The boys absolutely smashed their menu, I can’t tell you how much fun everyone had. In fact I don’t need to tell you, have a gander….
Jan & Antonio aren’t resting on their laurels though, oh no, they’ve mixed up the tapas selections and changed the puddings so if you came to this one and loved it, get yourself down here on the Bank Holiday weekend too! Here’s the running order…
Next up, we are THRILLED to welcome Dinner By Ness to Moregeous Mansions on Saturday 22nd August for a joyful, flavour filled feast. Well used to hosting supper clubs in Bristol and Manchester, chef Ness Cohen’s professional background includes professional cheffing across the globe, with her last posting high in the Canadian Rockies! Her heritage features strongly in her vibrant cooking, with Middle Eastern flavours, classic Israeli and Palenstinian highlights and fresh modern twists.
This first supper club is a three course meal with welcome cocktail. There is a full menu below, and vegetarians / vegans can be catered for if the lamb main course doesn’t suit your palate.
Both events are now listed on our Supper Club and Events page HERE, where you can also pop yourself on our mailing list, I mean WHY WOULDN’T YOU?
See you in August!
Hey, Can’t wait for the vegan 1