Great Indian Food Feast at the Doll's House, Hoxton Thursday 24th July & Friday 25th July

Great Indian Food Feast at The Dolls House, Hoxton
Date: 24th & 25th July
Time: 7:30pm till late
Location: Dolls House, 35 Hoxton Square, London, N1 6NN
Tickets: £25

Get ready for a night of indulgence at The Great Indian Food Feast, a gastro adventure crafted by food writer and pop up guru, Urban Rajah. The Indian chef will be in residence at the Doll's House Hoxton, located in an old textile factory overlooking the historic Hoxton Square. Whilst its exterior may look like any other East London warehouse, inside you are transported to a different era and on the 24th and 25th July a different world, one filled with wondrous spice.

Urban Rajah will spin you across the Indian subcontinent dishing up 4 courses inspired by the terrain of God’s own country. From Safalle (chicken dumplings) from the snowy Himalayas, to Lamb Shammi Kebabs fit for Mughal princes from the magical desert kingdoms of Rajasthan, to Chemmeen Prawns which will have you imagining you're paddling up the heavenly Malabar coast but then you'll be thrown into the urban hustle of Mumbai as you indulge in street food in the form of Channa Chaat. At the Great Indian Food Feast you’ll be scoffing dishes off the 
eaten track.

...Hungry? Well fire up the rickshaw and join the Great Indian Food Feast at The Doll's House with Blow Horn Cider.

The Urban Rajah is a food author, cook, traveller and lifestyle adventurer with roots deep in the Indian subcontinent. A son of 1970s Britain, he grew up on hot summers, street cricket and spiced Indian food. Terraced living was shared with his brother, mother, father and a pair of orange curtains. His cookbook Urban Rajah's Curry Memoirs (Headline, £12) is out now and is packed full of inspiring stories and generations-old recipes, opening the door into a world of family cooking that teaches us how to cook delicious curry in our own homes.

His celebrated blog is dedicated to spiced recipes and stories about food, travel, life and style finds. He runs the elusive and highly acclaimed pop-up restaurant Cash n Curry, a social enterprise dedicated to raising funds for rejects helping India's street children. Known for his high-energy persona and uplifting style, he frequently demonstrated his passion for Indian bazaar cuisines at food festivals. A self-confessed dandy, he rarely leaves home without a tub of moustache wax or a piece of headwear. That's the Urban Rajah @urbanrajah

The Dead Dolls Club is run by Adam Towner and Katy Gray Rosewarne. Armed with a drill and set of marker pens they take over derelict buildings and set about turning them into unique venues for parties and dining experiences. With a keen eye and attention to detail The Dead Dolls Club specializes in organizing stylish parties, weddings and large corporate events.

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