La Petite Bouchée kicks off new Exmoor Supper Club in Porlock Vale
Allerford, Porlock.– Award-winning Devon restaurant La Petite Bouchée will serve up a Mediterranean Feast on Friday, 15 July 2022, at the launch of the Exmoor Supper Club in Allerford near Porlock.
Exmoor4all, who also organise the Exmoor Food Fest, have set up the Exmoor Supper Club to create special occasions for the celebration of Exmoor’s outstanding hospitality and food scene.
“La Petite Bouchée have been a firm favourite of Exmoor Food Fest followers for many years,” said Elke Winzer, the owner of Exmoor4all, Exmoor’s largest online community platform. “With petrol prices soaring, we decided to bring Anita-Clare Field and her La Petite Bouchée from Witheridge in Devon to Allerford on the other side of Exmoor to save her West Somerset based fans the 3-hour-round trip for a beautiful meal out.”
“We have chosen Allerford Village Hall as the location for the Mediterranean Feast,” Elke Winzer continued. “Our dinner guests will not only be able to enjoy a fabulous meal, but also stunning views towards Hurlstone Point and hopefully a beautiful Exmoor sunset.”
The first Exmoor Supper Club offers a five-course-menu featuring a taste of Morocco. Guests will be greeted with a welcome drink on arrival with a chance to admire an exhibition of paintings by local artist Maureen Scott.
15 July 2022, 7pm for 7.30pm
Mediterranean Feast (5 courses plus Welcome Drink)
Tickets cost £70.00 and are available online via www.exmoor4all.com/exmoor-supper-club
Allerford Village Hall, TA24 8HL
Notes to the Editor:
Mezze ( A selection of sharing Tapas plates)
( Baba Ganoush, Turkish Salad, Hummus with Parsley, Za’atar bread, Pickled cauliflower, Red cabbage salad, Falafel, Pickled Chilli, Tahini Garlic Sauce)
Tomato salad ( with cumin and mint )
Fattoush Salad ( with lemon and flatbread croutons )
Tanoreen Salad ( with pomegranate and walnut)
Slow cooked Moroccan – Spiced Lamb on a bed of Jewelled Couscous Vegetable Tagine with Jewelled CousCous
(Both dishes served with Garlic sauce and Harissa Sauce and flatbreads )
Baked Figs with honey and pistachio
A selection of Baklava
2. Exmoor4all was founded in 2012 to help connect the local community and visitors. It is now Exmoor’s largest online platform, reaching one million people per year on Facebook alone.
In 2015, Exmoor4all launched the Exmoor Food Fest, an industry-driven month-long celebration of Exmoor’s finest hospitality, which helps local restaurants to attract diners throughout February, a notoriously quiet time on Exmoor.
Exmoor4all has been promoting #TasteExmoor through a series of pop-ups and fairs, with the Exmoor Supper Club being the latest initiative.
The Exmoor Supper Club aims at offering new experiences and ‘relocates’ popular restaurants and chefs for pop-up events.
4. Elke Koessling Winzer is a PR, Communications & Business Development Consultant and Coach with over 35 years experience. Originally from Bonn, Germany, Elke has lived and worked in the UK for over 20 years.
Elke Koessling Winzer helps small business owners to get clear on their story and increase their reach & income through social & traditional media. She has an academic background and has worked for the Australian government, the German entertainment industry, British local authorities and UK based hospitality businesses. Over the years Elke has also worked as a travel journalist and had three books published, including two cookbooks.
5. La Petite Bouchee:
6. Paintings by Maureen Scott