Bagan at the London Cooking Project

Apr 01 2017 19:00 - 22:30

London Cooking Project, 1 Ethelburga Street, SW11 4AG London

Bagan is excited to take its four course Burmese banquet to the fantastic London Cooking Project, a social enterprise in Battersea committed to benefitting the community whilst also supporting and developing young talent.

Bagan means bowl in Burmese but is also the name of an ancient city in Myanmar, formerly known as Burma. It is a city full of temples and tamarind trees, caught in a bend of the Irrawaddy river.

Cordelia Peel, founder and head chef of Bagan, is a doctor with Burmese heritage and a passion for cooking and entertaining, who has created her own contemporary take on Burmese cuisine. Through Bagan she wishes to bring people together over food to create connections, good vibes and beautiful food memories. Bagan is also a celebration of her Burmese family, particularly her mother Carmen and Grandad, Abraham Ganda, who are huge sources of her inspiration.

Bagan is a multi-sensory experience. We bring like-minded people together in interesting and unique spaces to enjoy delicious, contemporary Burmese food and good music.

Please see our website for more information and to meet the team!


Welcome drink

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Traditional tohu salad with tamarind and crispy onions

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Red lentil and tamarind soup

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Burmese-Muslim panthe-kyauk swe with organic chicken or tempeh (V) served with garlic egg noodles

Tomato and coriander salsa

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Roasted pineapple with chilli and spices, coconut and rum ice cream, toasted peanuts


General Admission

Not Available