Pasta Making Demo and Dinner at Spike Island Cafe in Bristol on Friday 27th January 2017Posted on: 09 Jan 2017
Have trouble differentiating your spaghetti from your tagliatelle? Get fired up over a hearty bowl of fettuccine? Well, you can stress a little less when Spike Island Cafe in Bristol holds a special Pasta Making Demo and Dinner on Friday 27 January 2017.
The pasta-centric event will inaugurate an unmissable series of demonstration dinners which will be hosted by Barny and his masterful Square Food team, where they'll show you how to prepare and make a panoply of glorious food before it's plated up for you to tuck in and enjoy.
You'll be in good, capable culinary hands and it's a mouthwatering selection of gastronomic loveliness they've got lined up too, with the menu running as follows:
Winter Vegetable Salad with walnuts & soft goat's cheese
Fresh pappardelle with ox cheek, Barbera & thyme ragu
Wild mushrooms ragu
Roast plums with grappa and biscotti
Got you salivating? Yep, we thought it might. And at the rather bargain price of £25 which covers the entire cost of the demo and the exquisite, gustatory-overloading dishes on offer, places are unsurprisingly being snapped up fast.
Kicking off from 7pm, you can find out more about the event and reserve your place here.
Organic, free range, happy food and people in the fabulous setting of Spike Island international centre for the development of contemporary art and design, from the makers of the Folk House Café.
To find out more about Bristol's preeminent creative hub which showcases some of the very best in contemporary art and design, as well as it ongoing series of exhibitions, workshops and creative projects, head to the official website: www.spikeisland.org.uk
Spike Island is located at 133 Cumberland Rd, Bristol BS1 6UX. Tel. 0117 929 2266
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