‘El Dia de Muertos’ (Day of the Dead), Mexico’s most famous holiday, is a day to celebrate, remember and prepare special foods and drinks in honour of those who have departed. We believe that on this day they come to visit us. Hence we have to be prepared for their arrival, with all the things that they liked to eat and drink. For this occasion I have designed a menu with very typical foods, with the iconic ‘Mole’ which is very common to have on this day. As well as pan de muerto (Bread of the dead), plus other delicacies from Mexico City. b
The dinner party will start with appetisers
1. Tostada del Templo Mayor
(Blue corn crispy tortilla, topped with cactus, onion, coriander, fresh cheese and salsa)
2. Caldito de camaron estilo cantina
(Spicy prawn broth cantina style)
3. Quesadilla de flor de calabaza
(Zucchini flower quesadilla. Soft folded tortilla with mozzarella cheese and zucchini flowers)
4. Mole con pollo
(Poached chicken covered with a velvety smooth sauce made with dried chillies, spices, nuts and chocolate. Served with Mexican rice)
5. Pan de Muerto y chocolate
(Bread of the Dead and hot Mexican chocolate)
Suggested donation $65
Seats are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, so reply quickly to be sure of getting spots.
To book a seat, please send me an email with number of guests.