October is an exuberant time in India – the monsoons have eased, and the festival season is in full swing. India in October is full of lights, music and dance and delicious things to eat.
But if India is too far to go for a little spice and some warm colours this October, a pop-up at Tattersalls, the welcoming country house and events venue, set in 200 rolling acres of green Meath pastures, terraces and beautiful gardens, just 30 minutes from Dublin city might be just the thing.
Featuring food from multi-award-winning chef Sunil Ghai and his team of chefs from the perennially popular Ananda, the pop-up dinner on October 16th next is a 5-course set menu, with a ‘bring your own bottle’ arrangement. To ensure you match your wine (or your Cobra or Tiger beer, of course!) to your Indian food correctly, you can check out the menu on www.tattersallscountryhouse.ie
With a bold, contemporary cooking style and the leading Indian chef in Ireland, winning an impressive array of awards including Best World Cuisine at the Food & Wine Awards at the end of last month, Sunil Ghai is the Executive Chef of the Jaipur Restaurant Group and currently at the helm of the award-winning Ananda restaurant in Dundrum.
At Ananda, Sunil’s food philosophy is inspired by India’s food legacies reworked in an enticingly modern style. The very best local, fresh ingredients, the world’s finest spices, and the talents of the Ananda team combine to create beautiful food, beautifully presented.
Ananda brings some of the wonderful spice, vibrant colour and rich culinary traditions of the Indian sub-continent to Tattersalls with a 5-course set menu that costs €70 per person, on Friday October 16th.
Bookings can by made by calling Tattersalls Country House on 01 8864300.