It is all about the aromas of the great bayou country in the US. From spicy crawfish seafood gumbos, southern barbecue tastes, Creole shrimp and grits, good old-fashioned Bourbon pecan pie and delicious Creole meat pies are some of the items in the menu, that will epitomize the evening.
Reflecting a combination of French, Spanish and African cuisines and the authentic touch by Chef Anthony Bradley from Louisiana will be a tasteful night on 12th Oct 2012 starting at 8pm. The price is LKR3500/-nett which includes drinks and meal. Chef Anthony Bradley’s talent for food with the passion to match started to accelerate from great culinary institutions like the Culinary Institute of America, and he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality Management from Widener University. New Orleans Café, The New Orleans, Nippers Seafood and Bar, Darling’s Restaurant and Arroyo Grille are some of the places he has built his career at.
And for those who see good, clean, and fair principles as part of the recipe for a better world, it is indeed practiced at the Slow Food night at MLH. For the 34th night at MLH the Slow Food dining concept that values with a global consciousness and entwining the diverse foods across the globe made with local ingredients has been a much looked forwardto dining experience. Make a reservation for the Cajun Creole Slow Food night on 2711 430.