Priya’s supperclubs offer you a decadent dining experience in a setting that is reminiscent of early 20th century British India in a Victorian Villa by Hove seafront.

Everything is cooked from scratch to recipes handed down over the generations, following traditional techniques, to offer you authentic North Indian cuisine.

You will be served a welcome drink on arrival when you can mingle with the other guests. Then just sit back and enjoy the food and company!

Next Supper Club – Awadhi Cuisine in the Heart of Hove- on the 22nd of Feb

Awadhi food is distinct from Mughlai food and is famous for the Dum style of cooking slowly in a sealed pot. The use of whole spices including mace, black cardamom and nutmeg together with perfumes for layering flavours and textures is a special feature of this food. I grew up in Delhi within a mixed community where many classic dishes like kababs, biryani and qorma were prepared in homes from scratch. I was lucky enough to learn cooking skills from some of the best home chefs in Delhi. Learning how to use spices, cooking and frying times, the sequencing of ingredients are all super important for getting that unique taste. Do come along if you want to try!

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Menu

Welcome cocktail

Delhi Mule – an Indian twist to this classic vodka cocktail

Starter

Ajwaini Mahi Tikka (veg alternative with tofu)
Grilled fish (tofu) marinated in Ajwain seeds and yoghurt.

Or, (Veg Option)

Shakarkandi Ki Chaat

Sweet Potato Chaat.

Mains

Kundan Kaliyan
Melt in the mouth goat leg meat cooked on the bone in whole spices and yellow chilli for that golden hue.

Veg option
Paneer Pasanda
Slices of paneer filled with a green chilli and nut paste in a cashew and tomato sauce

Sides

Kale and potato sabzi
Cooked with cumin, dried mango and dried fenugreek

Tamatar Ke Chawal
A zingy rice dish with a tomato base flavoured with bay leaves and star anise

Lachha Parantha
Layered Indian bread

Dahi ki Sabzi
A yoghurt raita made with lightly sauteed vegetables and tempered with mustard, red chilli and cumin

Dessert

Cardamom Panna Cotta with Mango and Passionfruit Coulis


Some feedback from previous Supper Clubs

‘We have loved every meal we have shared with you and we are looking forward to lots more!!’ Linda Woodland, Hove

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‘This was out third supperclub at Deccan Tiffin and, true to form, the food was sublime:) Generous portions and an explosion of flavours. Will return! Katherine Shepherd, Haywards Heath

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“Lovely evening at Polygon pop-up last night. Delightful venue and Priya’s Indian food tasty and delicately spiced. Enjoyed every mouthful and particularly appreciated the background she gave to each dish and her visits to every table to check all was OK.” Sonia Marsh, Hove

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“Priya’s knowledge and passion for food from different regions of India guarantee an interesting menu. Every course is a delight, as Priya describes the history and background of each carefully chosen dish. And of course every dish has been lovingly and expertly created from the best fresh ingredients – Priya prepares every thing herself from scratch. You will have an evening of good conversation and gastronomic delight – I highly recommend it.” Sheila Brookes, Hove

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“The care and attention to detail that went into the food and ambience were outstanding. All the dishes were delicious. I particularly enjoyed the green mango, tamarind and mint cocktail that we were welcomed with and the rich and complex spice mix that accompanied the idli and coconut chutney. The fish biriani, pigeon pea and tomato dal and chunky cucumber salad together made an exquisite main course.” Guest, Brighton

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“I had a superb time. The atmosphere of Priya’s massive, mysterious and unconventional Victorian house is magical. The welcome drink adds a sophisticated touch. By sharing the table with other people you’ll have made new friends by the end of the evening. The food is good and the quick blurb about it Priya gives wets your appetite. I wish I had more money to go more often but alas you pay for good things in life! Don’t miss the experience.” Roberta Piazza, Brighton

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“Deccan Tiffin’s Maharani supper club was fantastic.  Excellent, gourmet food, a million miles from the usual British curry.  Probably the best meal we’ve had this year (including Michelin starred cuisine).” Mark, Hove

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“This Goan feast was a performance of tastes, textures and colours, playing off each other, and making even the best Indian restaurants seem predictable. A series of small dishes, including deceptively elegant Goan beach and street foods, led up to the mains that showed off all the best features of Indian cooking.” Gordon, Lewes

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Great turnout for the “Goan” Maharani Supperclub on Saturday the 16th of May. The pork Vindaloo was popular and I had a very happy group of guests overall.  So satisfying to hear positive feedback, especially when you have been on your feet all day.  Makes it all worthwhile. Guest, Brighton

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“This was an exceptional experience and we were privileged to be trying Indian dishes of the very highest pedigree” Andrew Kay, Food Critic, reviewing the Awadhi Supper Club