Kahani collaborates with Bordeaux Wine Editions for SUP-PER CLUB event

The head chef of Michelin-starred Indian restaurant Kahani in Chelsea will join forces with wine specialists Bordeaux Wines Editions to offer a five-course tasting menu with wine pairing at an exclusive dinner event later this month called SUP-PER CLUB.

Renowned for innovative combinations of intense aromatic spices and flavours, Kahani will offer guests a five-course tasting menu carefully curated by head chef Peter Joseph to pair with a hand-picked selection of full-bodied wines from Bordeaux Wine Editions.

The menu is set to include dishes such as Kerala spiced scallop and tiger prawns in tomato and coconut sauce; seared mallard duck breast with Chettinad spices, truffle naan, and sesame chutney; and Tandoori-grilled fennel salmon with honeyed broccoli and turmeric yoghurt.

The dishes will be accompanied by wines including a selection of fruity, rich reds and crisp, dry whites such as Château Gazin Pomerol, Château Soutard and Château Martillac La Gravière.

Featuring a wall of wine and with the expert knowledge of head sommelier Dimitrios Dendramis, Kahani will welcome the producers on the night to discuss the wine with the guests.

Chef Peter Joseph in the kitchen

Peter Joseph enthused: “Wine produced in Bordeaux is considered decadent and flavoursome, making it the perfect partner to Kahani’s cuisine. I am delighted to be collaborating with Bordeaux Wines Editions to bring a night of exquisite indulgence to diners through the heady spices of the food and the specialist wines available.

“Kahani is all about revolutionising people’s expectations, and that applies to the drinks as much as the food. At our SUP-PER CLUB we want our guests to sample bold flavours paired in a way that people won’t have experienced before.”

Taking place on the 22 May, tickets for the SUP-PER CLUB are priced at £100 per person for the five-course tasting menu with wine pairing.  Tickets can be purchased via Eventbrite here.

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