The food of Reunion… “saveures indiennes” 27th April 2019
Start: 7 pm until 11 pm
Since its start in November 2018, Le Bistrot Clandestin has been featuring the food of my beloved island of Réunion.
This tropical Island is the place I was born, and it’s left its mark on my heart and in my cooking. The food of Réunion is simple and unfussy, but its flavours make it sing. Experience the fragrant tang of the kaffir lime, the bright warmth of a creole cari and the heat and zing of rougail. Reunion food finds its roots in China, India, Africa and France. On 27th I will bring you a bit of the Indian influence with that creole twist. Come with your friends and enjoy a very special meal, in a super relaxed and cosy setting.
So, are you ready? 27th April, I will bring you a 5 course fusion feast, with Apéritif créole (that will include a complementary fragrant cocktail called “Rhum Arrangé” and spicy canapés), an exotic starter, a traditional “cari” , a very exotic dessert and a café gourmand with miniardises to finish off.
Unfortunately, due to the nature of this event I will not be able to cater for specific dietary requirements (if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me). This is a BYO event but water will be provided.
There are a limited number of tickets available. Get in touch to book yours firstname.lastname@example.org
For a flavour of our Bistrot: you can read the article published by local blogger Pina at One Two Culinary Stew