Niraj’s Kitchen Supper Club is an exclusive Indian inspired restaurant in Dudley, West Midlands, UK. This is the first Indian restaurant in Dudley West Midlands, where you will able to sample a variety of exciting Indian dishes not available in your usual Indian restaurants. Contrary to popular belief, food in India is very varied and goes beyond what we all assume is a “Curry”. We aim to show you the many tantalising dishes that are eaten in homes and restaurants across the Indian…Continue
Added by Niraj's Kitchen on July 21, 2017 at 14:17 — No Comments
I love outdoor cinema, especially if the weather is good.
Take your own picnic and drinks.
Choose from the following films/dates/locations. Battersea Park however is no longer available. …Continue
Why public liability insurance is essential for supper clubs
Insurance isn’t the most exciting or romantic aspect of running a business, but it is absolutely crucial for every supper club entrepreneur.
Public liability insurance is one of the most important cover types to consider when running a supper club. Here, we explain why you need it, and how to get…Continue
Added by msmarmitelover on May 19, 2017 at 11:00 — No Comments
Gordon Ramsay's production company Studio Ramsay is looking for competitive and passionate amateur cooks for a brand new ITV series, 'Culinary Genius'.
If your chopping skills are second to none and you're itching to show off your foodie flair, get in touch today. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form now or go to the ITV website at …Continue
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If your statistics are showing that your advertising efforts are yielding less traffic than they once did, consider adding social media marketing to your own approach. Promoting has assisted business owners in becoming successful with their advertising efforts by with an user-friendly type of content sending. The following article can help you in your marketing enterprise.
Shop around try to get the most for your money, but be helps make for extreme. If it seems too good to be true…Continue
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There's two ways to get a website developed - pay, or set it up yourself. If you've chosen the latter, require several concerns. First, you'll need web hosting. Web hosting can vary from $2 to $200 per month, as outlined by your should have. Consult a web hosting review site for information and facts. Next, you'll have to have some background in computing or internet shows. You'll need to know at least HTML. Thirdly, you'll need a way to upload your files. Some hosts have online uploads,…Continue
Added by Carl Jackson on January 31, 2017 at 18:40 — No Comments
Insurance, tax and advertising: 6 things to keep in mind for your pop-up restaurant or supperclub
Planning on starting your own pop-up restaurant or supperclub? Here are six things to keep in mind before you take the plunge.
1. Location, location, location
One of the most important factors in determining whether your pop-up restaurant will succeed is the location. You may not be able to rely too heavily on your reputation, so you need to pick somewhere that…Continue
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TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLINE NOW: decemberarenasessions.eventbrite.co.uk
Here is a little promo of our intimate & secret house…Continue
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Dear Carrot Supporters,
The Fat Carrot has been a victim of storm Katie. The high winds in the early hours of Monday morning tore the entire roof from our production kitchen in Hildenborough and deposited it in a field about 30 meters away. Thankfully it did not hit any other building and miraculously the ceiling remained intact long enough to hold off the rain and prevent too much damage to the equipment in the building. We are dealing with the insurance and are unsure…
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As always, the evening starts at 7.30 with an aperitif and nibbles. We serve a three-course meal followed by coffee and petits fours, all for £27.50.…
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As per usual, Scotland offers all four seasons in one day. Fortunately, the views are great and you can soon warm up whilst making fresh bread for the day.
It wont be long before we can open up for a dinner. Still testing dishes. What a chore, but some one has to do it.
First my 'game changing' vegan cookbook is published today. It's called…Continue
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Some of the recipes from my book MsMarmitelover's Secret Tea Party were in the Telegraph yesterday. I also spoke to Leah Hyslop giving tips and hints on an Alice in Wonderland (to mark the 150th anniversary) tea party.Continue
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