Vegan Japanese cuisine

I received an interesting email today, asking me to share some information with you all.

The information is about delicious-sounding Japanese cuisine, so I figured it would be rude not to let you know.

Check this out.

Pureism
Temple cuisine inspired Japanese supper club in Archway, North London –
-Sunday November 9th 6-9pm-

Inspired by the principles of Buddhist temple food (精進料理 -shōjin ryōri) Pureism will showcase an evening of organic vegan Japanese cuisine, locally sourced where possible, accompanied with live Jazz performed by III人 and percussionist Antonin Gerbal.

Our supper club will be taking place on the evening of the 9th November 2014 in FADS community hub, Archway, North London.

We hope that you will be able to join us.

When: Sunday 9th November 2014, 6-9pm. Music will begin at 6pm and food at 6.30pm so please arrive promptly.

What: 4 course organic vegan Japanese meal inspired by Buddhist temple cuisine, together with live Jazz. Please visit our website http://pureismsupperclub.wordpress.com for more information about the event, including the menu

Where: FADS community hub, Archway Mall, N19 5QT (2 minutes from Archway tube station, Northern line). The venue is next to the post office on Junction Road

Price: £24 per person.

Capacity: 25 people

Booking details: All tickets must be purchased in advance. To book please email pureismsupperclub@gmail.com. If you have any specific dietary requirements please let us know at the time of booking and we will aim to accommodate

We will not be selling alcohol on the night so you may bring your own alcoholic drinks. If you would like to sample Japanese sake which we believe compliments the meal you can pre-order from our list (available upon request)

All the information is reproduced as it was sent to me. Please contact the organisers using the above contact info if you want to ask anything about the evening.Sounds pretty impressive, hey?

This isn’t an FGV event.


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