Next week marks the start of a new and exciting monthly wine and food evening - Café Moka Wine Nights. For those of you who don't know, Café Moka is run by the talented and affable chef Kevin Vanthem, who has created a lovely space and an excellent café by Harringay station. He's been in the restaurant trade for twelve years and was chefing at various places for four years before setting up Café Moka, which is open for breakfast and lunch seven days a week. It's by Harringay Station on Wightman Road - click here for a map.
Moka Wine Nights are going to be an ongoing monthly evening, held on the last Thursday of each month, run by yours truly and with tapas like snacks provided by Kevin. The evenings will be strictly limited to 24 people and will cost just £30, which includes a tasting of six different wines matched with six different canapés. They will run from 7:30pm to about 9 o'clock and will be open for food after the event for those who are interested.
Through supping on six different wines each month you'll discover different wine regions, get purchase recommendations, learn about food matching, get tips for what to look out for in supermarkets and restaurants and generally learn a pile of wine stuff. You should also have lots of fun!
The first of these evenings is next week, on Thursday 26th April. Please let me know if you'd like to book a place. Kevin will also be taking bookings in the café. It should be a great night.