If you love Indian food then you won’t want to miss the The Indian Pantry’s next collaboration dinner, happening Monday, March 21st at Coho Coffee in Strathcona.
‘Aikyam’: A Harmony Away from the Motherland is the second in a series of dinners designed to introduce some of the lesser known regional flavours of India to the table. This edition of the series joins up two Mumbai-born and now Vancouver-based chefs: Chef Tushar Tondvalkar (Indian Pantry) and Chef Vish Mayekar (Pepino’s, Caffe La Tana). Together, the two chefs they’ve created a six-course meal drawing inspiration from their shared cultural background and current Pacific Northwest location. Curious what that looks like? Check out the full menu below:
All in, the dinner will set you back $138.93 (including taxes) per person. Diners can also take the experience one step further by opting for wine pairings or by sipping on a new complementary cocktail fixed up by the Coho Coffee crew just for the event (both will be available to purchase the night of). Two seatings are available, from 5:30-8pm and 8:30-11pm. Get your tickets here.