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December 2019


By | Events

If you’ve visited the restaurant in the last few weeks, you will have noticed a new photography collection adorning our brick wall and on shelves.

The striking portraiture of the four individuals remind us of the human condition – joy and playfulness, fragility and loneliness, a coy or quietly confident look into the camera lense. A photo really can tell a thousand stories.

Andy Percy & Grant Burchill are local photographers who specialise in portraiture as well as architectural and landscape photography.

As well as portrait services, the small collection of limited-edition framed photographs include part of London’s beautiful iconic skyline at night as well as an eye-catching display of antique books bathed in light, are for sale.

Each frame is from a limited run of 200 and is offered for a special introductory price of £75 and you’ll receive a framed, signed original.

Come in to gaze and interpret. Orders for prints are being taken by our team.


By | Events
Music @ Park's Edge

WEDS 29th JAN 2020

Time: 5pm onwards for Drinks (Supper served at 7pm)

A food event to look forward to, introducing Chef Kerran Kaur, whose supper clubs have gained sold out status whenever she runs them!

Veganuary gets a whole new treatment with deliciously spiced vegan food that will give you extra impetus to go meat-free.

Kerran (or Keke as she’s affectionately known) will once again take over the kitchen at Park’s Edge for a 5 Course Vegan Taster Menu extravaganza on the evening of Wednesday 29th January 2020.

With Indian & Pakistani heritage, Kerran invites diners to explore how the flavours, ingredients and key food staples of her background have travelled from the Indian subcontinent to the Caribbean (via Kenya where she was born). A true food odyssey, you’ll explore dishes, key ingredients and spices that intersect with Indo-Pakistani and Caribbean cuisines.

A unique dining experience that will include music, courtesy of DJ Kandi Sharma and poetry intertwined with Indian & Caribbean Food Stories, you’re in for a food treat that goes beyond just food, and immerses you in wonderfully vibrant cultures.

She says: “My supper clubs always tell a story from my own experience and childhood but I wanted to open this up to others’ experiences around me and explore our interlinked historical and modern day experiences, some of which are steeped in food.”

Dishes will include Celeriac and Kale Pakora and Gulab Jamun in Rum Syrup with Grenadian Chocolate Guinness Brownie Crumble.

Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/vegan-supperclub-with-indiancaribbean-fusion-food-and-poetry-tickets-84291049799

Or type ‘Vegan Supperclub Indian/Caribbean’ into the EventBrite search.