Doors closed restaurants are a popular alternative to traditional restaurants in cities like Buenos Aires, London and Berlin, and chef Brian Johnston is hosting his first event of this kind in Medellin, with all proceeds going towards his social project for low-income cooks, Vía Cocina – Food Train.
Brian spent more than a year learning to cook in the Indian sub-continent, and will be providing a night full of ambiance, delicious flavours and stories from his times in India. Don’t expect to be served the regular North Indian dishes found in most Indian restaurants: you’ll be eating classic dishes influenced by the Portuguese colonization in the south, with beef that isn’t served in other parts of the country.
This event is for 15 to 20 people max, to keep it intimate and manageable. Your spot is yours for the entire night, meaning you can expect to stay for hours. You’ll receive multiple dishes and services, including dessert and an Indian beverage for the low price of 35,000 pesos. Additional local beverages will be on sale via the partnering restaurant, Verde Sano.
This event requires reservation, which can be done at the following website: http://viacocina.wordpress.com
Look forward to seeing you there!