Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Malaysian Supper Club in Putney

If you love food (I'm guessing that's why you are here) and you haven't been to a supperclub, you need to get yourself a seat pronto. There are so many new and exciting nights out there. I have been with friends and I have toddled off on my own, it's a great way to meet new people with similar interests and an even better way of tasting authentic food you may not find in restaurants. 

I first tasted May's cooking at her Malaysian Supper club hosted by Luiz @thelondonfoodie in his beautiful Islington home. I was really blown away with the effort, presentation, taste and generosity of the evening. My friend and I left groaning with our bellies full of the most delicious home style cooked Malaysian feast. A few months later, May emailed me saying that she was cooking again, but this time closer to home in Clapham, so off I went and it tasted every bit as good as I had remembered. We got chatting after supper and decided that Putney needed a dose of May's Beef Rendang!

What with hosting my first Supperclub over two nights, there wasn't a lot of time for pictures as May and I had to move furniture, shop and cook but here are some Iphone pics to tempt you into booking our next one. I missed a pic of one dish (the clams)

Setting up the first table, oooh the excitement
May making the chilli paste to stuff the mackerel 
Elderflower cooler as soft alternative to prosecco welcome drink
Wood ear mushroom, poached chicken, shallot, chilli and lime canapé

Guests seated..

Gado Gado salad
Stir fried prawns with curry leaves

Chilli stuffed mackerel

Beef Rendang
Sambal eggs (and aubergine, not pictured)
 Pineapple salad
 Coconut and toasted peanut rice
Meringues with rose cream and tropical fruit salad
Oh and on the second night there was a birthday, so we made a monster of a chocolate, meringue and raspberry cake served with raspberry coulis and salted caramel brownies.
Look out for upcoming Dates on my twitter @milliskitchen or from May @malaysianbymay