What Pan-Asian eating is all about: Tampopo Supper Club


Fancy an evening of delicious Asian food sharing colourful dishes you’ve not tried before?

That’s the idea behind Tampopo’s Supper Club, a series of evening events taking a different approach to trying Asian food.

This month’s supper club is an opportunity not just to sample dishes from Tampopo’s new menu but to try some truly inventive combinations marrying textures and flavours from across the continent – what Pan-Asian eating is all about.

For just £22 you can enjoy 9 amazing dishes inspired by street food across Asia served over a 5-course grazing meal.

Start your evening with a Virgin Popsicle, Asian beer, Bellini, or the new Pinot Grigio Blush. It’s your choice and it’s included in the set price.

For starters, Balinese Pork Belly will be served alongside Chicken Satay for a starter worth savouring. If it’s true that ‘soup is good for the soul’ you’re sure to feel the love with Spicy Rebus Noodle Soup with tofu.

Mains include Nasi Royale – a truly indulgent version of Nasi Goring. It’s a noodle dish fit for a king served with a fried egg on top and one of the world’s top five most delicious foods, according to CNN International.

The new Chef’s Curry is also on the menu. And for a real showcase of Thai flavour, Pad Krapow Beef (Pad means fried and Krapow is Thai for basil) offers a salty-sweetness which is sure to tickle your tastebuds.

Tampopo founder David Fox says his culinary inspiration came from travelling and his desire to bring back and share the food he came to love. You can share the love at Tampopo’s Albert Square, Corn Exchange and Trafford Centre restaurants on the following dates.

Upcoming Tampopo Supper Clubs

Tuesday 14 March at Albert Square 6pm or 8pm
Tuesday 21 March at the Trafford Centre 6.30pm or 7.30pm
Wednesday 22 March at The Corn Exchange 7.15pm

Places are limited, so secure your booking with a £10 deposit.



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