Saturday 15 & Sunday 16 September
We are very excited to hosting our first Purple Pop-up restaurant throughout the Abergavenny Food Festival. To book your tickets online, please click the links below.
Chef Anand George will be presenting special menus over the weekend of the festival, in our instant restaurant in the St Michael’s Centre, Abergavenny.
No stranger to this wonderful food festival, this will be the first time Chef will be bringing Purple Poppadom to the event.
We are serving breakfast, lunch and dinner on Saturday 15th, and breakfast on Sunday 16th. For lunch on Sunday 16th, we will once more be teaming up with our great friend Spiro Borg of Spiros Fine Dining Caterers to present an Anglo-Indian Sunday carvery brunch.
Details of the Anglo-Indian are given at the foot of this news item.
To view the menus and book online please click here
Here are the dates:
Saturday and Sunday Breakfasts / 9.30am and 11.15am / £11.00 per head
Saturday Lunch / 1.00pm / £22.00 per head
Saturday Dinner / 7.00pm / £33.00 per head
Sunday Lunch / 1.30pm / £22.00 per head
Abergavenny Food Festival Pop-up
Anglo-Indian Sunday Brunch
Carvery and live cooking station
– Amuse Bouche –
Real Mulligatawny soup
– Hors d’œuvres –
Salmon Fish Cakes
Parsnip and Sweet Potato Samosa
Selection of Salads
– MAIN COURSE –
Traditional Roast Welsh Beef
Roast Pork Morris-Style
Named after the great Anglo Indian cook Mr Morris from Fort Cochin, loin of Welsh pork gently roasted with spices in the traditional Anglo Indian style
Mr Bernard’s Meatball Curry
Intriguingly spiced lamb meatballs in a rich gravy, all time favourite of Bernard’s Cafe,in Fort Cochin a perfect marriage of English and Kerala cuisine served with pilav rice
Vegetable tartlet of Tintern cheese and caramalised
red onion tart infused with subtle spices
– ACCOMPANIMENTS –
Stir Fry Vert
– DESSERT –
Chef’s selection of Anglo Indian Desserts