Monica Sawhney may be a name that Manchester knows all too well, but does Birmingham know of her supperclub stardom? They soon will.
Set to be a home cooked haven with modern, supperclub tact, The Spice Club is the city's newest foray into social dining as Sawhney gives guests a dose of dining that has found unbridled fame in Manchester. Sell-out and spicy, Monica's Spice Club not only takes inspiration from her Indian heritage, it's a trophy to the honest and locally sourced meals that her mother conjured, and still continues to. You'll even find mother Anita adding her Jaipur touch to the overall taste of the supperclub, getting her out of the kitchen seems to be a tough feat, but your full face will be grateful.
Coming to Six Eight Cafe this September, the snagging of tickets is a must, as Sawhney won't be supplying Birmingham with these embellished dishes for all that long. A Jaipur-inspired-jewel, rub elbows, clink glasses and lick plates as four courses will be knocking dinner etiquette out the window at this delicious dining affair.
Get your tickets to The Spice Club Birmingham Indian Feast Supperclub here (September 26th, £29 per ticket)