To mark the end of summer, Franklin & Sons is converting the Gin Garden at Cinnamon Kitchen into a pop-up eatery offering gin and tonics and Indian street food to diners alongside an immersive Penny Farthing bicycles display.
Inspired by the Bombay Bicycle Club, when food was delivered on the bikes in India, Franklin & Sons is celebrating the birthplace of tonic and curry at a one-off event and invites guests to enjoy two G&Ts and a bowl of Indian street food at one of three 45-minute sessions.
The premium tonics, mixers and soft drinks maker will serve up G&Ts crafted with Star of Bombay and East India Company gins, paired with Franklin & Sons Natural Indian Tonic and Franklin & Sons Natural Light Tonic, alongside a street food platter prepared by Cinnamon Kitchen’s Head Chef, Santosh Shah.
The Penny Farthing Supper Club will take place in the Anise Gin Garden, hosted in association with Bombay Sapphire, located at Cinnamon Kitchen on Devonshire Square at Liverpool Street. The three sessions will run on Monday 18th September, from 6.00pm until 6.45pm, 7.00pm until 7.45pm and 8.00pm until 8.45pm.
Tickets cost £8 per session and are available at www.tinyurl.com/PennyFarthingSupperClub..
Guests will not be admitted without government-issued identification proving they are at least 18 years old.
9 Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4YL (nearest Tube: Liverpool Street).
6.00pm, 7.00pm and 8.00pm sessions on Monday 18th September.