Dine with the Urban Rajah

23rd January 2019

Menu designed by Ivor Peter’s

 

The Urban Rajah (aka Ivor Peters) is a food writer, cook, food presenter and lifestyle adventurer with roots deep in the Indian sub-continent. A second generation immigrant and son of 70s Britain – he grew up on hot summers, street cricket and spicy Indian food – all of which has narrated his life.

His cookbook, Urban Rajah’s Curry Memoirs is out now and tells the story of his love affair with Indian food through over 80 familial recipes. A practical, easy-to-follow and inspirational cookbook, it was nominated for the World Food Awards, Cook Book of the Year.

He is a regular on the food festival scene dishing up Indian street food from his Urban Rajah Indian Street Kitchen. His trademark high energy and exuberant personality excitedly demonstrates his passion for Indian cuisine to the masses during workshops and spice masterclasses.

IVOR’S POP-UP RESTAURANT, THE GREAT INDIAN FOOD FEAST IS AN IMMERSIVE DINING EXPERIENCE, RATED BY THE EVENING STANDARD AS ONE OF LONDON’S TOP 50 EXPERIENCES.

He runs the elusive and highly acclaimed supper club – Cash ‘n’ Curry – a social enterprise dedicated to raising funds for projects helping India’s street children and liberating trafficked children and those in bonded labour.

Urban Rajah has appeared on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch, he’s written for numerous magazines and national newspapers and magazines.

A self-confessed dandy, he rarely leaves home without a tub of moustache wax or a piece of millinery.

The Urban Rajah’s celebrated blog: www.urbanrajah.com is dedicated to spiced recipes and stories about food, travel, life and style finds.

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