Annie's is Bromley's first underground restaurant - and the first in the UK to run 100% gluten free kitchen.
We are pleased to announced our planned events for 2011. Please note that dates and themes are subject to alteration.
Saturday 8th January - David Bowie Night
Celebrating the birthday of one of Bromley’s more famous residents. Feel free to dress up!
Saturday 29th January - Chicken Night
In honour of the Orpington Buff, we enjoy all things chicken
Saturday 12th February - Valentines Dinner
Annie’s is the place for coeliacs and others on a gluten-free diet to dine in style and safety with their loved ones for Valentines
Saturday 26th February - Rocky Horror Night
Come up to the lab, and see what’s on the slab! Feel free to dress up!
Saturday 12th March - Commonwealth Dinner
March 14th is Commonwealth Day. Join us as we eat our way around the Commonwealth!
Saturday 26th March - Celebrating Summer
The day before the clocks go forward for the start of British Summer Time, we look forward to warmer, sunnier days!
Saturday 9th April - Woodland Wonders
Bromley means 'woodland clearing where broom grows'. Our menu will be inspired by the gastromic wonders found in the woods
Saturday 23rd April - St George’s Day
A celebratory English dinner
Saturday 14th May - Slavery Soul Food
On 12 May 1787 William Wilberforce sat with William Pitt at his estate in Keston and “resolved to give notice on a fit occasion in the House of Commons of my intention to bring forward the abolition of the Slave Trade”. Join us to celebrate this decision with food inspired by the soul food of the slave’s home cuisines.
Saturday 28th May - Spectacular Spam Dinner
Join us to celebrate the "great Viking victory" at the Green Midget cafe at Bromley with a spectacular spam dinner. Feel free to dress up!
Saturday 11th June - TBC
Saturday 18th June - Father’s Day Feast
Annie’s is the place for coeliacs and others on a gluten-free diet to dine in style and safety to celebrate Father’s Day
Saturday 2nd July - TBC
Saturday 23rd July - Jane Austin Night
The now defunct Royal Bell Hotel (just off Market Square) is referred to in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice as Bromley was coaching stop on way to Hastings from London. Join us for a period inspired meal. Feel free to dress up!
to book your place at one of these dinners. Guests are asked to make a minimum donation of £25 for their 5 course dinner. Payment can be taken in advance or by cash on the night. Guests are provided with the exact address upon receipt of an advanced donation or the week before the event if paying on the night.
By booking, guests agree to protect the identity of Chef Annie, and the location of the supperclub.
It is possible to book Annie’s exclusively for your own guests at the supperclub or at your own location. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
for further details.
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