Hitchin Caribbean Supper Club promises a night to remember

PUBLISHED: 17:01 26 August 2018

There will be plenty of mouth-watering Caribbean dishes to tickle your tastebuds.

There will be plenty of mouth-watering Caribbean dishes to tickle your tastebuds.


If you fancy some Caribbean cuisine, you need look no further than The Secret Garden in Hitchin’s Sun Street, where a special event will be held next Saturday.

The Caribbean Supper Club, hosted by Brianna Cyrus and Nicola Sylvester, will include traditional dishes such as spicy salt cod fritters, juicy jerk chicken and curried goat.

As well as a three-course meal, there will be entertainment reflecting the Caribbean culture.

Brianna said: “Due to the success of our first supper club event in April, we are pleased to announce the date of the upcoming event. It will certainly be a night to remember, offering delicious courses of Caribbean cuisine.

“The ambience will transport you 4,000 miles away to the sunshine and laid-back tropical climes of the islands.”

The event will run from 6.15pm until 11pm and tickets are £36.50 or £70 for a couple. To book your place, visit eventbrite.co.uk/e/caribbean-supper-club-tickets-47688638000

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