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Hello to all! I am an architect originally from London and have lived and worked in Copenhagen for 3 years now. Not an example of a typical Danish household, I represent a number of people who have moved to Denmark because of its famed work-life balance and Hygge lifestyle. Being from an Indian heritage and growing up in a cultural melting pot ethnic cuisine is very much part of everyone's daily life, mainly due to the British Empire, something I now realise is taken for granted back home. Not in Denmark though! Once here something so embedded in the day to day back home once again became special and reignited my love for Indian cuisine pushing me to start a supper club here in Copenhagen
The Korma King is a concept for an Indian themed supper club. Not only will you taste authentic Indian dishes from my childhood, sometimes with a modern Danish twist, but you will learn about Indian culture, each event being themed around a region, festival or sport in a Hygge atmosphere! Learn about the Festival of Colours, Holi, or try to get your head around the best sport in the world, cricket!
Authentic street food starters such as Bhajia followed by curries such as Lamb Rogan Josh, Korma & vegetarian dishes such as Chana Masala and Palak Paneer. Exotic pilau or saffron rice and thick creamy Trka Dals. Served with breads such as Naan or Chappatis and Chutneys & Pickles. A sweet desert & digestive to end. All homemade and fresh cooked in a traditional cast iron Karahi!
Located 15 minutes from the city centre my place is easily accessible via bus, bike or train. Located close to Amager Standpark Beach, if you're lucky enough to visit during the summer, visit the beach and go for a dip!
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