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khana commune (originally founded in Singapore in November 2010) is London's first Bengali-Punjabi supper club, based in the comfort of our home in Whitechapel.
Our cooking is primarily influenced by our mothers' Bangladeshi and Punjabi family recipes, and our family's 30-year connection to Singapore, renowned as the world's food paradise. Our love of London's amazing array of international cuisine continues to make its mark too. We love our curries, but you won't find what we serve on Brick Lane.
Open to all members of the public, khana commune offers authentic dining based in the comfort and intimacy of a chef's home (our home!).
Table bookings can be made for up to 10 people at a time. Dinners are held at 7.30 pm on specified dates. Dinners cost £30 a head for a 5-8 course set menu including drinks. We post the upcoming menu on this blog a few days before each dinner.
If none of the dates we have announced suit you, and you would like to suggest an alternative date, please get in touch and we can look into it.
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The full spread in all its glory, including the home-mulled organic apple juice (pink in colour, served in little ball glasses as shown below). to start seafood served on a himalayan pink salt block pakistani haleem – a gorgeous … Continue reading
Mama, who is usually in Singapore having a good time at khana commune Singapore, was in town for this khana commune dinner in London on 25th November 2011. She did most of the cooking but took very little credit for … Continue reading
The thing about supper clubs is – as we’re slowly learning, they attract a certain kind of guest. Almost invariably, he or she is sociable, adventurous and easy-going. If not, they wouldn’t be keen on dining in a stranger’s home … Continue reading
khana commune, founded by my younger sister Zina Alam, has been taking food-crazy Singapore by storm since November 2010. It’s been so exciting watching the concept grow from a distance here in London – through her delectable blog, that when … Continue reading