Enjoy our Pop-up Restaurant at Abergavenny Food Festival

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

Mango Moules

Kedgeree

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 –

Pondicherry  Potatoes

Stir Fry Vert

– DESSERT –

Chef’s selection of Anglo Indian Desserts


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    • What a day, what an experience; from start to finish, well organised, conducted and delivered. At first it may seem expensive, but once you are on the course you soon realise it is very good value for money. The keep-sake ‘Anand George’ recipe book and denim apron, the sample food throughout the day and taster meal

    • Review via Tripadvisor by Owen G Richards 24th Oct 2018 We went for the set Sunday menu dishes and I can honestly say it’s probably the best Indian meal I’ve had. The starter of aloo chaat was incredible. The staff were really friendly and the service was great. I am looking forward to going back

    • Review via Tripadvisor by Saber S on 31st October 2018 This is an excellent restaurant. The food was freshly prepared and very tastey. The portions are smaller than normal but the food is perfectly cooked. The service was also excellent and quick. They have adequate professional number of staff who were always nearby to attend

    • Review via Tripadvisor by DenisinWales on 26th September 2018 1st despite the very long sign board covering 2 store fronts, the entrance is a tiny door at the far left. Once you climb to the 1st floor, you are greeted with a very understated and tasteful restaurant seating about 60-70 people. For a Tuesday night

    • Review by Ellym106, TripAdvisor, April 2018 We had an excellent meal here. We visited India in November and know how the food is supposed to be – and this is it! Everything was beautifully cooked and full of flavour, with our particular favourites being the onion pakoras, laccha parathas and the planner makhni – the