Bread Flower x Le Social: Celebrating Jewish New Year and the Harvest Festival of Sukkot
Following the success of their first Jewish-inspired supper club, pop-up residents and firm friends of Kampus, Bread Flower and Le Social will once again host a collaborative evening with food and wines in our bungalow.
This time around, the seasonal menu will take inspiration from the annual celebrations of Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) and Sukkot (the Harvest Festival) which, this year, both take place in September.
It’s a really important time of year for the Jewish community, a time of reflection, looking back at what’s happened in the past year, and looking ahead to the next and planning on what to do for the better.
Diners will learn about the customs and traditions of this time of year, for example dipping the apple in honey for New Year and the tradition of sleeping outside in a hut for 10 days during Sukkot.
The menu will be paired with a curated selection of consciously-made wines and non-alcoholic alternatives by Le Social. All the drinks will be suitable for vegans.
Tickets cost £40 and include three courses curated by Bread Flower and a welcome drink by Le Social. The optional wine flight can be added for £20pp on the night, and drinks can also be purchased by the glass or by the bottle.
Starter – kreplach in broth – mushroom, cabbage, spring onion
Main – tzimmes with beef / sweet potatoes, kugel
Dessert – Honey cake with caramelised apples (boozy?)
We will offer a wine pairing to go with the meal (£20). This will be provided by Le Social. Wine and other drinks will also be offered by the glass and bottle.Book now
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Thursday 1 January 1970