Grazing Asia is a unique new Supper Club concept in London.
An exciting collaboration between 4 prominent London-based food bloggers and cooks of Burmese, Vietnamese, Malaysian and Japanese origins, Grazing Asia seeks to take you on a tour of these beautifully contrasting yet complementary cuisines, whilst at the same time showing you the best of Asian hospitality.
Our menu will be a combination of influences from around Asia, and each Grazing Asia event will showcase different facets – fine dining, street food, classics, modern, traditional, and everything in between.
Our individual blogs are:
The Launch of Grazing Asia
We launched in June 2011 at Jamie’s Oliver’s private kitchen above his flagship restaurant Fifteen with a special charity event to raise funds for the Jamie Oliver’s Charitable Foundation, dishing up a fabulous 5 course Pan Asian menu with matching wines.
The Jamie Oliver Foundation
For our launch event, we were invited by the lovely team at Jamie Oliver’s led by his website editor Danny McCubbin to host an Asian Supperclub at Fifteen to raise funds for their team to run at the New York Marathon. All the proceeds from this first event went to the Jamie Oliver Charitable Foundation. We engaged with food supplier friends on Twitter to support us in this event, by a one-off sponsorship, for as much of the ingredients as possible so that we could maximise the proceeds from this event. The sponsors for this event are listed below.
To Book Tickets for the Grazing Asia Events
The first event was by invitation only but we will be opening this up to bookings soon. Please sign up to our notification list to keep informed.