The Moxy Hotel hosts its first supper club with a four-course menu from The Little Sri Lankan on the 15 February, making it a perfect Valentine’s Day treat for your other half.
Founders Malanie and Micheal Hooper Tillekeratne have had great success since starting their supper clubs last year, showing there’s a great hunger for Sri Lankan cuisine in and around Manchester and Stockport.
Malanie Tillekeratne was born in Colombo, Sri Lanka and grew up helping her parents cook Sri Lankan dishes for parties and celebrations. She moved to Britain at four years old and the aim of The Little Sri Lankan is to showcase the best Sri Lankan cuisine and dishes passed down through Malanie’s family.
And now this dynamic duo bring their skills to the city centre on Thursday 15 February at 7 pm. This will include a four-course dinner, sharing some of the very best dishes that Sri Lankan cuisine has to offer.
The meal will begin with a roast paan with whipped cultured seeni sambol butter and pol sambol, and fish patties with archies chilli sauce and dill sambol. Next, a beef smore served with butternut squash, mustard and coconut curry and samba rice. The supper club will conclude with a Sri Lankan style sticky toffee pudding, with condensed milk and cardamom ice-cream with kithul sauce.
Vegan options are available, including a fenugreek vadai with pumpkin chutney and a butternut squash, mustard and coconut curry with parippu and samba rice.
The four-course menu is £45 per person, with an optional beer pairing available on the night, expertly selected by Bar Moxy.