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Join Weldmar Hospicecare and The White Pepper for a very special evening of food and entertainment, taking place in the Summer Marquee in the meadow of our Inpatient Unit in Dorchester!
The White Pepper, a restaurant based in Gloucester Street in Weymouth, will be serving a three course Keralan curry buffet, there will be a general knowledge quiz throughout the evening, and traditional Keralan dancing.
Tickets are just £20 per person and can be booked below!
- Tickets must be booked in advance. Bookings can be made for up to eight people. Please make one booking per party, so we can guarantee that you are all sat together.
- Please bring along your own drinks for the evening.
- Once you have booked, we will send a confirmation email. Please reply if you have any special dietary requirements within your party.
Kerala Spiced Tuna Fish Cake (D)(F)(G)(E).
Tuna and potato breaded patty served with red onion salad
Coconut Chicken Curry (M)
Slow cooked chicken breast with exotic Kerala spices finished with coconut milk
Malabar Vegetable Korma (V)(N)(D)
Mixed vegetable simmered in thick coconut base sauce finished with cashew paste
South Indian spiced Lentil Sauce (V)
Red split lentils, garlic, ginger, and tomato
Vegetable Pulao (V)(N)
Basmati rice with mix vegetables
Plain basmati rice
Coconut Mango Panna cotta (D) (Gelatine)
(Allergens Info: N–Nuts, G–Gluten, M-Mustard ,D-Dairy ,V-Vegetarian ,F–Fish, Gelatine)
More about The White Pepper
The White Pepper brings you the unique taste of the southwestern coastal region of India, serving delicious dishes to tantalize your taste buds and experience something new. Always made using fresh, natural, locally sourced ingredients, home cooked from scratch using traditional Keralan recipes, we serve freshly cooked food with no preservatives or artificial ingredients.
Chef Louis has worked in restaurants all over the world in the past 20 years, and has now settled with his family in the West Country. He started The White Pepper in his home kitchen, and has now opened restaurants in Weymouth and Yeovil. His vision is to provide an authentic Kerala cuisine experience across the UK.
Kerala literally means ‘the land of coconut’, and is located on the southwestern coastal region of India, surrounded by the sea, Kerala is home to numerous lipsmacking dishes – both vegetarian and non-vegetarian. Pepper cones, turmeric, ginger, chillies, curry leaves, coconut, mustard seeds, and cinnamon are some of the most frequently used spices in Kerala cuisine.