Mira Manek supper club at 108 Pantry, London

Tim Firmager
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Chef Mira Manek, the healthy indian food pioneer, has teamed up with 108 Pantry, the townhouse venue in Marylebone, to host a one-off supper club.

The supper club, on Wednesday 27 April, will give guests the chance to dine on a nine course meal. The evening will start with a welcome cocktail, followed by a vegetarian sharing-style menu, consisting of culinary delights such as red lentil daal and garlic labneh, tamarind and orange quinoa bhel and spiced courgette slaw. A selection of Manek’s signature dishes, such as masala grilled aubergine and saffron lime cheesecake will also be on offer.

Mira’s passion for healthy food began many years ago and has always been an integral part of her life. With her expanding range of products and collaborations with restaurants, Mira wishes to continue to share her knowledge and passion, changing the way we perceive Indian food of heavy and oily to enriching, nutritious and light cuisine. Taking the fundamental elements of her traditional home cooking, Mira is creating a new concept of Indian-inspired cuisine with dishes that are packed with spice and flavour and full of vitality.

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108 Pantry, set in Marylebone is a chic all-day dining space offers diners a carefully crafted menu of dishes, but primarily known for its afternoon tea creations. The Pantry is the sister venue to 108 Brasserie, serving a lighter offering for the discerning diner. Renowned for being the perfect location for gluten- and dairy-free dishes, 108 Pantry will be joining forces with Manek for one night only.

Tickets for Mira Manek’s Feast at The Pantry are available via online and will be priced at £43 per person plus a £2 booking fee.

108 Pantry is located at: 108 Marylebone Lane, London, W1U 2QE. For more information, visit 108marylebonelane.com.

About Tim Firmager

Tim divides his time being a Digital Consultant in The City and as a food and travel writer across the globe. When he's not working as one of the Lifestyle Editors here at Vada, he's planning his next trip, or on the lookout for the latest food crazes or unusual foods in London's markets.