Belazu Charity Supper Club

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I’m a real fan of Belazu products – from olives to preserved lemons and olive oil – and a wonderful rose harissa, they bring a real taste of the Mediterranean and North African food to our tables.  Regular readers of London-Unattached may remember my visit to one of their supperclubs at the French Kitchen.  The supper clubs are a unique and fun way to support their Foundation, set up over ten years to help build and finance rural schools in Morocco.  They work closely with the Zakoura education foundation in Morocco to help children and young women in rural areas to receive an education and go on to earn an independent living more easily. Every penny raised by the foundation is matched by the Belazu brand  - so this kind of event can REALLY make a difference (as well as being a fun evening out!

Belazu Foundation

This time Belazu are holding their Moroccan inspired supper club over two nights at The Dolls House on Hoxton Square.  You’ll be able can enjoy a three-course dinner, all prepared using Belazu’s award-winning ingredients, a welcome cocktail and a range of unique Moroccan wines.

The menu has been created by Belazu’s team of expert chefs, including Belazu’s founder George Bennell, and will draw heavily on North African influences and flavours using a mix of Moroccan and British ingredients.

With The Dolls House providing an intriguing and truly unusual setting for a evening of Moroccan splendour, the event will offer ticket holders a truly unique evening in the heart of Hoxton.  Best of all, 50% of the ticket price will go directly to the foundation, to help support the education of children and women in Morocco.  A worthy event indeed.

Date: 14th and 15th March
Time:  two sittings at 6.30pm and 9pm on the 14th and 15th March.
Location: The Dolls House, Hoxton, 35 Hoxton Square N1 6NN
Dress code: Smart casual (Moroccan flair welcome)
Price: £35 (includes all food and a welcome cocktail)

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Comments

  1. I loved Morocco and the food, this looks like a lovely event.

  2. Really wish I lived closer so I could come along – so much fun stuff happens in London!

  3. Love Morrocan food! Wish I wasn’t bancrupt at the moment! ;-(

  4. I also love Moroccan food and this meal looks amazing. I hope that it is well attended too.

  5. I use Belazu products almost daily – their Balsamic is on my salad every lunchtime – and so wish I could attend. Sadly can’t do that weekend but I am sure it will be a wonderful evening.

  6. What pretty pots. It looks like a great event

  7. I enjoy eating Moroccan food. Its such a shame though that I am not around that weekend. I would have enjoyed attending this. I too love Belazu products, especially their preserved lemons.

  8. I always used to buy their barley cous cous, not seen it for a while. Didn’t know they did supper clubs!

  9. goodness, this sounds very tempting, I love Belazu and the supperclubs with their charitable aim is a great idea.

  10. I love moroccan cuisine and cooking in tagines is awesome.

  11. So nice to highlight the good work and other ventures that brands do, too!

  12. It def sounds like a worthy event. Will tweet.

  13. That sounds good. Love Morrocan food.

  14. Those tanginess look gorgeous and I too love Moroccan food.

  15. I hope this is very successful, it sounds like a great evening. GG

  16. l like their products, but didn’t know about their charity work. Now I like them even more.

  17. this sounds amazingly yummy!

  18. Sounds like a fab night out, wish there was something closer to me!
    Janie x

  19. Events like this so make me wish I lived in happening London! I haven’t tried their products yet, but shall be looking out for them now knowing about the charity connection.

  20. Love Belazu. Their balsamic vinegar is amazing. I had to take some to my friend in Washington, triple wrapped in vacuum bags in case it got broke in the hold.

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