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  • Rohan Kamicheril

A Street Food Dinner, Friday, July 22

We’re delighted to announce the menu for our July 22 dinner, dedicated to some of our favourite all-vegetarian street foods from India. We’ll start with murukku chaat—twin spirals of crunchy, deep-fried chickpea and rice flour, sandwiching slices of perfect summer tomatoes drizzled with a verdant and spicy mint and cucumber chutney. Next up is a Mumbai classic, pav bhaji: soft white rolls split and griddle-fried in ghee and served with a piquant tomato and chickpea curry. After which there’ll be pani puri, crisp fried balloons of dough which we fill with a fava bean purée and serve with a little beaker of refreshing jal jeera—so you can top up each puri with the cool, spicy juice and pop it whole into your mouth. The main event is a soft-boiled egg which we fry in a batter of chickpea flour and thinly sliced onions and serve on a bed of buttery, braised spinach. And don’t forget dessert: we can hardly wait for cherry season just so we can make our cherry kulfi with crumbled almond nankhatai—a sweet and tart molded ice cream served with crumbled Indian shortbread cookies. Email us to save your seat today!

murukku chaat heirloom tomato, cucumber-mint chutney

pav bhaji

pani puri fava bean purée, jal jeera

egg bonda slow-cooked spinach

cherry kulfi nankhatai crumble The suggested donation for this dinner is $55, which includes two wine pairings. Email us to save your seat(s).

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