hosted by Ning | London
Malaysian cuisine is a unique and truly delicious melting pot of flavours and cooking styles brought together by an exciting history of trade and migration from across Asia and European colonialism.
Nyonya (sometimes known as Peranakan) cuisine is the archetypical fusion food resulting from this heritage. Famous in the historic south west Malaysian port of Malacca, and also Singapore, this beautiful cuisine is influenced by Malay tradition, Chinese immigrants and Portuguese merchants.
Leading Malaysian Chef Norman Musa returns to Ning London supper club to introduce this wonderful, centuries-old cuisine which was recently featured on Channel 4's The Taste programme.
Using rare and unique ingredients such as Ginger Flower (Torch Ginger or Ginger Lilly), and showcasing such flavoursome dishes such as Nyonya Lime Curry and Kari Kapitan (Captain's Curry), this evening promises to be luscious in taste, exuberant in variety and informative in the history of Malaysian food.
As always, our supper club will run into 5 courses including canapes and complimentary drinks on arrival, and run in a sociable banquet style. Hosted by Chef Norman himself in his open-plan loft-apartment kitchen overlooking the Olympic Stadium, together with manager and business partner Andy, the evening will conclude with some classic Nyonya desserts (kuih).
You are welcome to bring your own alcohol if desired and all our food is Halal. Other dietary requirements cannot be guaranteed, so always get in touch with us before booking.
You will be hard pressed to find this cuisine in abudance elsewhere in London, so it is definitely worth booking.