Supper Club at The Mosaic Rooms – Earls Court Life
The Mosaic Rooms in Earls Court continues their supper club programme with an introduction to Syrian cuisine hosted by Nada Saleh.
The supper club series aims to celebrate the cooking and stories that surround food from the diverse Middle Eastern cultures found in London. This particular evening with Nada Saleh will focus on the aromatic spices and flavours found in Syrian cuisine. With stories, discussions and demonstrations, guests will have the opportunity to learn about and sample the authentic taste of Damascus and Aleppo whilst surrounded by the beautiful and emotive paintings of Syrian artist Lawand in the current exhibition.
Nada Saleh was born in Beirut and has travelled extensively in the Middle East. In addition to being a cookery writer (her first book, The Fragrance of the Earth, was shortlisted for the Andre Simon Cookery Book of the Year award), she is a trained nutritionist and a member of The Wine Society. She is the author of Seductive Flavours of the Levant (also shortlisted for the Andre Simon Cookery Book of the Year award), New Flavours of the Lebanese Table and Fresh Moroccan. She lives in London and was a regular at Books for Cooks in Notting Hill where her cookery demonstrations were always sell-outs.
The event will take place at The Mosaic Rooms in the main exhibition room.
Tickets: £30 (includes three course meal of cold dishes with wine and soft drinks). Limited to 20 people
Book Now: TicketsThe Mosaic Rooms A.M. Qattan Foundation Tower House, 226 Cromwell Road London SW5 0SW Telephone: 020 7370 9990 Office hours during exhibitions Monday – Friday, 10am-6pm Opening hours during exhibitions: Tuesday – Saturday, 11am-6pm