Indian Food at Spice Angel
I'm probably going to sound like a supper club groupie, but yes I went to another supper club on the weekend. This time it was Indian food by The Spice Angel, a pop-up restaurant by Rani Pathare. She's a bit of a celeb as she was a quarter finalist on Master Chef a few years ago.
Her supper club took place in a cafe called the Barmouth in Wandsworth, nice and close to Battersea.
Rani Pathare is one of the nicest and bubbly supper club hosts I have met and her personality really shone through the table and the menu. She warmly welcomed me with a glass of refreshing rose water, which was much needed after the uphill cycle ride in sultry temperatures.
I sat down at the flowery and colourfully laid out table. and waited for the other guests to arrive.
It was a small group and we soon knew what everyone did and liked. I smelled the food before I saw it, and it promised a very full stomach.
We kicked off with a threesome of starters. There was a chilli paneer samosa cooked mum's style, a marathi lamb kebab, and a Parsi akoori prawn cutlet.
I would've emptied my plate if it wasn't for the fact that dessert was going to follow and the menu had promised a good one: a creamy rice based white chocolate pudding with mango compote and a good sprinkle of cardamom.