Jackie Mason joked that “gentiles never finish drinking, Jews never finish eating” but on one day a year, it becomes acceptable for Jews to drink just a little too much.
That day is Purim and at our next evening opening we’ll be celebrating Purim by pairing some Hungarian wines with a four course dinner.
Purim Menu – Wednesday 23rd March 2016
Somlói Furmint 2013 (Tornai Pincészet)
Kolozsvár style stuffed cabbage
Soproni Kékfrankos 2012 (Weninger)
Cheese blintzes & blueberry compote
Tokaji Aszú 5 puttonyos 2009 (Royal Tokaj)
Deblah & Poppy seed palmier
Bridge Farm 5 year old cider brandy
The cost per person is £35 to include all drinks and coffee
Please call or email to make a reservation.
Tables of 6 or more will require a deposit of £10 per person.