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Pop-up opens at Roath Park

The award-winning chef behind Purple Poppadom will delight foodies with an exciting pop-up restaurant at Ten Maryport Café.

As part of his ‘Poppupadom’, Chef Anand George will dish out a two-course street food menu at the café in Roath Park from 4-5 and 11-12 December.

The main course will be served in a thaali, which is a traditional platter of little, portioned servings of various dishes from across India.

The main course will be served in a thaali, which is a traditional platter of little, portioned servings of various dishes from across India.

Since its opening in 2011, Purple Poppadom has won the hearts and tastebuds of Cardiffians with the chef’s distinct nouvelle Indian fare.

“I love bringing my cuisine to pop-up restaurants across Wales,” says  ChefGeorge, one of the first to bring the concept of pop-ups to Wales. “I look forward to working with the team at Ten Maryport again to present a unique culinary event at this lovely venue,” he adds.

Chef Anand George, the pioneer of ‘nouvelle Indian cuisine’ has previously won the South Asian Chef of the Year Award from SACCUK.

Chef Anand George, the pioneer of ‘nouvelle Indian cuisine’, has previously won the South Asian Chef of the Year Award from SACCUK.

The culinary connoisseur will put a stylish twist on regional Indian street-food with a starter and little bowls of tapas that reflect the varying tastes and textures of his homeland.

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