Curry for Change

Changing the lives of families
who suffer from hunger.

The Indian Supper Club for #CurryforChange

The Indian Supper Club for #CurryforChange

Get ready for a night of delicious home cooked food that will help to change the lives of families who suffer from hunger.

Chin's kitchen & Brinda’s Mauritius Delights have teamed up to cook an Indian vegetarian feast with a cultural twist. We always say, food brings people together and today East African and Mauritian Food will come even closer at our Curry for Change Event. 

Let’s bring happiness and smiles to those who are less fortunate by supporting the excellent work that Find Your Feet does. Join us on this culinary journey in support of the charity…. 

Sales from tickets will be donated to Curry for Change and at the end of the evening, each guest will receive a goody bag with products from Natco, Chinskitchen, Brinda's Mauritius delights and Cheekyfoodcompany.

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What's on the menu?


Kingfisher beer supplied by Kingfisher

Cocktails (TBA on the night)

Soft Drinks


Masala Poppadum’s- mini poppadum’s topped with a crunchy onion and tomato salsa

Spiced nuts- supplied by Natco


Vati dal na Bhajiya- spicy, spongy and crispy lentil fritters served with raw mango and fresh coconut chutney.  A famous street snack for East Africans

Mauritian Zasar Legumes-Mixed Vegetable Pickle served on toasties - "Zasar Legumes" is a typical Mauritian dish, julienne vegetables blanched then pickled in mustard, turmeric spices, topped with shallots and green chillies.


Spinach and corn curry- Fresh spinach and corn slow cooked in spices and thick creamy coconut milk

Cumin Potatoes – Steamed potato cubes fried and tossed in roasted cumin seeds and ground turmeric.

Paneer “Rougaille” –  Shallow fried paneer cooked in a rich aromatic Creole tomato sauce, most popular Mauritian dish.



Naan bread

Basmati rice garnished with Cashews and raisins

Raita- Creamy and mildly spiced yoghurt with carrots, cucumber and pomegranate



Baileys Kulfi- Homemade saffron and almond Baileys infused kulfi served with salted caramel.(Non alcoholic also available)

Sago & Chia Seeds Parfait – Sago slowly cooked in coconut milk with chia seeds, flavoured with Mauritian Vanilla seeds and Cardamom topped with crunchy pistachios.



Kahawa Chungu- Speciality of Kenyan coast, ground coffee brewed with spices served with Nankhatai


Masala Chai served with Nankhatai

Find out more about your hosts Chin's Kitchen and Brinda's Mauritian Delights

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