Supperclub Sunday Eurasian Malaysian Feast at Convent Garden, Nov 2012

Supperclub Sunday Eurasian Malaysian Feast at Convent Garden, Nov 2012

We felt very lucky to be invited to be part of the Supperclub Sunday Series in Convent Garden a couple of months ago, where for 3 months, supperclubs around London whipped up a traditional Sunday family meal for 30 hungry food lovers. We met some lovely people and it was a joy to see them really ‘getting’ the food- this was afterall no fine dining experience but rather heart warming soul food, where we cooked some nostalgic recipes we grew up with and truly love, and guests had to get stuck in and dirty tackling our special family crab curry!:) Here are some of the photos below, enjoy! Special thanks to Wen and Shu who were fantastic front of house on the day, and Rose for her delicious kaya onde-onde, kuih lapis and home-made kaya and of course Wild..who always does such a great job organising the dining room, after dinner mayhem & keeping me calm whilst I try and plate up 10kg of crab!:)

Photo credits http://www.edibleexperiences.com and ShuHan of http://mummyicancook.blogspot.co.uk

To Start…


Keropok udang (prawn crackers)

Next up….



Crab curry ala Augustin – made to a secret family recipe!


 King prawn sambal petai – prawns simmered slowly in a chilli, shrimp paste, tamarind and lime leaf sauce. A Wild Serai supperclub favourite 🙂



Grandma Lucille’s met in your mouth Eurasian Oxtail Stew



Eurasian Pork Vindaloo – Pork belly slow cooked in a fragrant blend of chilli, mustard seeds, curry leaves, garlic and apple cider vinegar. An Augustin family favourite!

Tuna cutlets – Fried tuna and potato cutlets served with Linghams chilli sauce.

Acar- a cooling cucumber and pineapple salad

Nyonya kerabu – Cucumber and pineapple salad to take the heat off!


Stir fried sambal okra

And to finish…

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Grandma Lucille’s Bubur cha cha ( a Medley of warm freshly squeezed coconut milk, sweet potato, banana, sago pearls and earthy, raw palm sugar)


Nyonya kuih-kaya onde-onde&Indonesian kuih lapis & Teh tarik – Aerated pulled tea with a Chai twist

And bonus surprise…Rosy’s Kitchen Homemade Kaya to take home for buttery kaya toast the next morning 🙂 So yummy….(You can also order Kaya from Rosy at http://rosyskitchen.wordpress.com/ )


Supperclub Sunday Eurasian Malaysian Feast at Convent Garden, Nov 2012


7 responses »

    • Haha…not clever la…just like recreating dishes we love eating-a bit like being a kitchen alchemist!you&u.Pat&Debs do totally amazing stuff too!must be our genes 😉

    • Haha…thanks for sweet feedback;)…we contrubuted to a friends project last mnth-so keep ur eyes peeled!And something in the pipeline in the latter part of the year 😉

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