I am beyond excited to bring to you this Pop-Up event on the 23rd of June in Rotterdam.
With all its exotic ingredients, unfamiliar dishes, and tongue-tingling flavors, Indian cuisine can be both exciting and intimidating. Indian food is a complete world of taste. Various techniques from other cuisines can be combined and magic of spices can be added to get a titillating food experience.
The specialty of Indian cuisine is that it uses the whole palette of flavors—spicy, sour, sweet, and hot all at the same time—making it something that wants to jump off the plate.
Indian cuisine has an added bonus for vegetarians: For them, it’s one of the friendliest cuisines around. Judicious use of spices and sauces breathes new life into the likes of potatoes, cauliflower, peas, and eggplant. And a meal of hearty-but-healthy Chole Masala (spiced Chickpea Curry) with a side of paratha or naan (a pita-type flat bread) will convert even the biggest meat lovers.
If you have been to India or planning to visit India, this dinner will make you experience India with every morsel. I want you to experience not just the North but all parts of the Indian cuisine in one evening. There is also special wine pairing available for different dishes – specially curated by De Boonstappel Wijnen
It is a 3 course dinner with several starters, main course and dessert.
The dinner includes only 1 chicken dish and 1 fish dish, which can be replaced for vegetarian or vegan options (on prior request only)
An Affair with the streets of Delhi
Dishes coming from the streets of Delhi which is known to be the best of the street food cultures in India. You will see a side of what true street food in India truly represents.
An Ode down the memory lane of Kolkata
I will take you to a journey to the old crooked streets of Kolkata, those busy yet lazy lanes of the city which survives on laughter and food. I will share dishes from my childhood, what I represent.
A Twist in the Tale from Mumbai
Mumbai the New-York of India is known to be one of the busiest cities of the world. But don’t you want to know what people in this city survive on? What keeps them going?
A Trip to Chennai
The cultural capital of the country has some well preserved recipes. Some of the best but unknown Indian dishes originate from this land of beauty.
Date: 23 June 2019, Sunday
Time: 6.30 pm onwards
Regular Price: €34.99 per person (Alcoholic Drinks to be purchased on spot)
Booking in advance is mandatory (no refunds for no-shows or cancellations)
Address: Kookstudio van Belle, Joubertstraat 74, 3072 XZ Rotterdam (Free Parking available)