29 Nov 2018
18:30 — 22:00
THU 29 NOV
Join us for an evening of exceptional Thai cuisine from Punk Thai.
Amy Nixon was raised in Thailand and started Punk Thai in 2017, “We draw inspiration from a variety of Asian styles and flavours creating dishes off-the-cuff with a blatant disregard for tradition. Our food is crafted instinctively from experience, not from a rule-book.”
WHAT TO EXPECT
Enjoy an evening viewing of the current exhibitions (Many & Beautiful Things and Fragment24a) and then sit down to a delicious three-course menu. This is a communal dining experience at long trestle tables, so if you wish to sit with friends please arrive early.
Spaces are limited to 40 diners with sittings at 18:30, 19:30 and 20:30. See below for menu in Read More. As always, we are able to cater for varying dietary requirements, please just let us know in advance.
£29 per person, booking online via eventbrite or in person at The Exchange Cafe.
Ticket sales end three days before the event.
Supper Clubs at The Exchange is a series of events presented by Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange with the aim of supporting local caterers through the autumn /winter season.
For questions about the event please contact Sian Kennedy 01736 363715 or email [email protected]
Papaya Salad (Som Tam)
A staple dish for all Thai ranging from normal spice level (Pet) to extremely spicy (Pet++++++)! Very much the epitome of Asian sweet and sour, made from shredded papaya, green beans, tomatoes, dried shrimp, peanuts and a tangent chili lime dressing
Thai breast of chicken satay marinated in coconut milk, garlic, ginger, fish sauce and light brown sugar, barbequed and served with peanut sauce and a unique ajar dipping sauce
Massaman Chicken curry is a comfort dish from southern Thailand. Chicken breast is slow cooked and infused with cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, galangal, garlic, lemongrass and served with a basmati rice
Khao Niew Ma Muang
Sweet Thai mango with sticky rice served with homemade coconut cream, a pinch of salt and Cornish clotted ice cream. The rice has been naturally coloured with the extract of Thai butterfly flowers……..this dish is bursting with flavours!