19 Jan 2020
Celebrating the exotic works of The Wallace Collection’s newest exhibition, “Forgotten Masters: Indian Painting for the East India Company”, The Wallace Restaurant has introduced an Indian-inspired brunch menu, available every Saturday and Sunday from the 18th January until the 19th April 2020.
Inspired by the cultural fusion between Britain and India displayed in the exhibition, the new menu showcases vibrant dishes from the sub-continent with a unique twist. Choose from paratha scrambled eggs with chilli, ginger and toasted sesame seeds; poached eggs on flat bread with curry butter, coriander and spicy chickpeas; or vegetable pakora served with mint and yoghurt salsa for a punchy kick.
For those who favour sweet over savoury, ginger and turmeric yogurt with date and cocoa granola and fresh mango will do the trick. Available on Saturdays, pair with a selection of fragrant gin and tonics, including a fresh sage G&T; white peach and jasmine G&T; and a mulled Sloe gin – an infusion of Sloe gin, cloudy apple juice and Eastern spices served warm – drawing on the exhibition’s botanical theme.
All food on offer at The Wallace restaurant in London is produced with local, seasonal produce.
Curated by renowned writer and historian William Dalrymple, the exhibition is the first of its kind in the UK to showcase the works of India’s forgotten master painters, exploring the dazzling beauty of the natural world and the stories of those who lived throughout imperial rule of India in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Indian Brunch at The Wallace restaurant – Discover your own masterpiece.
Distributed by Roche Communications on behalf of Peyton and Byrne, 15th January 2020
The Wallace Restaurant
Manchester Square, Marylebone, London W1U 3BN
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