May 10 2019
Sri Lankan fundraiser pop-up at the Thoughtful Bakery, Saturday 25 May
During the aftermath of the tragic Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka, Laura Lord and Caryl Hicks wanted to do anything they could to raise money for their family and friends back home. And so, on the evening of Saturday 25 May, a very special kitchen is popping up at Bath’s very special bakery (that’ll be the Thoughtful Bakery on Barton Street, then), when Laura and Caryl will create a selection of their family’s favourite, authentic Sri Lankan dishes using recipes that have been passed down their family through four generations, and donate all proceeds raised to grass-roots Sri Lankan charity Kind Hearted Lankans.
The menu flaunts all manner of vibrant, tantalising Sri Lankan fave raves including pancake rolls, egg (and egg-free) hoppers; chicken, prawn, black pork and vegan curries; and sides including sambals and green mallum. Don’t know what green mallum is? Now’s your chance to find out!
The £10 ticket is a non-refundable deposit which will be taken off your bill on the night – to grab yours (which you must, and fast – space is very limited and set to sell-out fast), view the full menu and pre-order for your party, click on this link today.
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