I am going to run a pop up event in Belbroughton Deli at 2pm-6pm on the 27th of May.
A very different Sunday lunch……..
This is a ticket only event and it’s £40 per ticket I am almost fully booked if you are interested in coming please complete the form before and I will contact you immediately
I will be cooking all Gobgaew’s recipes and serving:
Nue Sawarn – known as heavenly beef which is just a little nibble to get your taste buds going and a couple of other canapes depending upon what I can get on the shopping day!
Gaenghunglay a Northern Thai pork curry cooked with picked garlic and shallots
A northern larb chicken salad with fresh vegetables
Muu parlow a pork belly soup containing a hard boiled egg – sounds weird but it’s delicious
Thai jasmine rice
Thai coconut ice cream with tap tim grob topping and jasmine scented candle coconut milk
A couple of glasses of champagne is included in the price on arrival and then you can buy wine at the Deli.
Sorry you cannot BYO booze to this event.
My pop ups are more like a dinner party than a restaurant – they are about sharing food, making friends, passing bowls and joining in.
You will be sharing a table with other guests but they will all be big foodies so I am sure you will find common ground.
I am sorry but I cannot cater for any food allergies. The food will contain fish derivatives and may contain nuts.
Please see the photos of the previous event at Bayleys of Bromsgrove on the events page.
This is probably the last event until winter but if you want a private event please contact me.
Please see what my guests have said about previous events.
“This was the best Thai food I’ve ever eaten in the UK. Every dish was mind blowing and the food just kept on coming.“
Birmingham Food blogger:
“This was the first supper club I’ve ever been to and I loved it! It was a real treat to join Carole in her home and enjoy the food she is so passionate about, and talented at, cooking with fellow food lovers. The food was all delicious and beautifully prepared, and it was great getting the chance to discover some new Thai dishes that I’d never tried before. We certainly got our money’s worth as well, as at only £32 we got to feast on lots of dishes!”
You can read full reviews by bloggers on the press page.