Pop up Restaurant @ The Stables
Multiple dates from Friday, May 17th to Saturday, May 18th
For our next Pop-up @ The Stables on Friday 17th and Saturday 18th May we welcome back Stella of Hatter's Catering, who will transport us to Louisiana for the evening with her amazing cajun menu.
The dining experience will be a relaxed and social one at communal tables, with each table holding up to 7 guests. We will provide glasses for you to bring your own bottle on the night with no corkage charged. Our May menu is priced at £30 per person which can be paid electronically at time of booking or in cash on the night.
Cajun crab cakes with remoulade sauce
Louisiana corn soup served with corn bread
Chicken and sausage gumbo
Vegetarian gumbo served with dirty rice and salad
A note from the chef:
"You may ask what is Cajun food, well to answer your question simply, it is a style of food created by the French settlers of Louisiana who emigrated to Arcadia, a colony in New France, Canada and were then exiled in the 1700’s.
They made their new homes in the swamps and bayous of southern Louisiana and are a unique cultural group with their own language, culinary style and music and are known as Cajuns, a corruption of Acadiens.
Their culinary style was built on French foundations but has adapted to use available ingredients and has been enriched by other cultures influences including Spanish, West African, Italian, Haitian, and of course native American in so creating a distinct and fascinating food heritage.
I hope to bring a taste of this amazing food journey to you with my pop-up Cajun restaurant night, I do hope you will join us."
More Information (Kingdom FM is not responsible for external websites)
Falkland Centre For Stewardship
The Stables, Falkland Estate Falkland, Fife
The event runs from 7:00pm to 10:00pm on the following dates.
Select a date to add this event to your calendar app.
Receive special offers, exclusive members only competitions, and more.Sign Up Log In
- INTERVIEW PART 3: Former First Minister Henry McLeish on the future of Scottish football
- 18-year-old woman charged in connection with man's death near Glenrothes
- INTERVIEW PART 2: Former First Minster Henry McLeish on politics after the coronavirus pandemic
- Teenager arrested after 18-year-old killed in Fife road collision
Restrictions and there are limited reasons for not 'staying at home' due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The Government website shows permitted reasons for going outside on Transport networks around the United Kingdom.
Restrictions and roadworks on B916 Aberdour Road at Blacklaw Road.
Restrictions and roadworks on A90 Forfar Road at Forfar Road.