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Sunil’s Indian Supper

When:
May 16, 2018 all-day
2018-05-16T00:00:00-04:00
2018-05-17T00:00:00-04:00
Where:
Well Played Board Game Cafe
58 Wall St
New York, NY 10005
USA
Cost:
$34 + tax and gratuity
Contact:
Sunil Patel
4124182633

Thali-Style Indian Supper

Sunil’s family has always expressed their love in sharing NW Indian food, and this has extended to him devoting his life to food by constantly learning traditional Gujarati cooking from his mother, and becoming a farmer. Although the cuisine is from across the ocean, Sunil’s farming background, and worldly travels makes for a thali spanning the range of the diverse array of Indian cuisines, and sometimes delving into further Eastern flavors and even Mexican. A local-seasonal menu cooked from scratch, with care for earth, nutrition, and heart-to-heart culinary delight, leads to a feeling of fusion but still a wholly Indian experience.

Thali, literally meaning “plate,” refers to the typical way a meal is eaten in an Indian household and many Indian restaurants. The full pallette of tastes and textures adorn the plate in small bowls and plates, allowing the eater to mix and match the many different components to make the perfect bite.

LOGISTICS: Arrive at 6pm, and you will be seated and served a starter and water. Feel free to stop at the bar and order a wine pairing or beer. Courses are not typical in an Indian meal, and all items including the sweets are served up all on the same plate. Chai served at the end.

DIETARY RESTRICTIONS: May’s dinner will be ovo-lacto-vegetarian. Please let us know when you arrive if you would like us to leave anything off your thali. If you are interested in vegan dinners, email to get put on a list for dairy free/vegan, and you’ll be the first to hear about future menus specific to those restrictions.

MENU:
Becuase of the seasonality of the Menu, dishes may change last minute, BUT here’s a general idea of what you can expect for this May’s Thali:

Starter – Pakora Chaat

Split Pea Dal

Bloody Butcher Grits Porridge

Potato Dry Bhaji

Flat Bread

Jerusalem Artichoke Masala

Greens and Garlic

Egg Kadi

Slow Cooked Walking Onions

Mint Paneer

Dokla (steamed rice and bean cakes)

Cilantro Chutney

Onion Chutney

Tamarind Chutney

Fenugreek Pickle

Salad

Sweet

Water

Chai