Gourmandises créoles, pop-up dinner
After the success of my two “pop-up dinner”, in Haslingfield and Balzano’s where my guests were invited to taste the food of Reunion Island, I am coming back on Saturday 7th June 2014.
Although I am a French national, I was born on a tiny island in the middle of the Indian Ocean, called Reunion. The island is a melting pot of nationalities (Chinese, Indians, Creole, African and French), the food in that sense has been strongly influenced by those rich cultures.
Réunion creole cuisine is fusion food. Therefore on 7th June, I will do exactly that and bring you a 4 course fusion feast, with Apéritif créole (that will include a fragrant cocktail called “ti-punch” and spicy canapés), an avocado and prawn salad, a traditional “cari poisson” (fish cooked creole style) and a very exotic dessert “tarte á la mangue”.
If you want to find out more about Reunion creole cuisine read my blog post ”The food that made me“
If you’d like to join us send an email to [email protected] with your name(s), dietary requirements and mobile number.
Price: £25 per person (this event has to be paid in advance), this will include the cocktail. The Geographer is licensed so you will be able to purchase wine, beers and also coffee and tea.
Where: The Geographer, 103 Station Road, Impington, Cambridge CB24 9NP
When: 7:30 pm until 11:00 pm
I look forward to seeing you!
A très bientôt