A night of Jewish-inspired recipes and natural wines
Inspired by the flavours of Jewish dishes that Maya from Bread Flower experienced growing up, the three-course supper club will take diners on a beautiful journey, hearing the stories and memories behind the dishes. The mouth watering menu includes modern takes on traditional recipes, such as challah, borscht and kugel.
The menu will be paired with a selection of natural and low intervention wines from Le Social.
Tickets cost £40 and include three courses curated by Bread Flower and a welcome drink chosen by Le Social. The matched wines can be added for £20pp. Wines will also be available to order on the night by the glass and by the bottle, as well as other alcoholic and soft drinks.
Diners will be seated in tables of four and six.
Good to know:
Entrance to the Kampus bungalow is through Minshull Street, next to the canal. Access is down a flight of stairs, please call us if you require access without stairs 0161 546 1350
The food will be cooked with kosher ingredients but will not be supervised or certified by the Beth Din. The wines are vegan but are not certified kosher. The menu will be a set menu, if you have any specific dietary requirements, please contact us ahead of booking your ticket as we cannot guarantee that we can cater for all requirements.
Bread Flower is a partnership between two friends, combining their love of sourdough baking and floral design. They currently offer weekly deliveries of bagel and flower bundles alongside products from other small independent businesses. Through food and flowers, Bread Flower is all about creating an atmosphere where people can slow down and enjoy special moments.
Le Social is a specialist retailer of organic, natural and fine wines. They focus on sustainably made bottles, and on their positive social impact throughout the supply chain. They partner with like-minded importers and distributors, and bring the stories of the women and men behind each wine straight to people’s doors. They deliver across the UK from our Manchester-based shop and also provide wines to future Kampus residents Common & Co and General Stores.
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