Wednesday, 21 February 2018

Electro Tropical Beats and Vegan Tapas

Get your Cornish dancing clogs on this Saturday 24th February for a night of Latin American infused food and grooves at Mount Pleasant Eco Park at Porthtowan.  

This extremely vibrant venue (and now the annual home for the Cornwall Vegan Festival), is playing host to electro tropical band Camo Clave who combine traditional Latin American rhythms and synthesisers, effects and processors.  This lively Bristol band look like they will add a very much needed blast of tropical warmth to a predicted chilly February night.  

Tickets for the gig only are £8 but you would be a fool if you didn't get yourself an advanced combined supper and gig ticket for a very reasonable £18, as the Latin American infused music is complemented and preceded by a delicious vegan tapas supper.

Taparty Spanish Food Services, a new and traditional Spanish food business based in Cornwall, is providing a selection of tapas, pinchos and other traditional Spanish dishes, each one distinctive of the different regions of Spain.  Ana Lozar, owner of Taparty, was born and raised in Madrid so you can be sure this menu will offer true authenticity.  I couldn't find details of the vegan menu on the website but according to the email I have just been sent it is as follows.

The Menu will consist of :

Pisto - Vegetable Stew
Buñuelos de Patata - Deep fried potato balls with garlic and parsley
Berenjenas con sésamo tostado - Deep fried aubergine with toasted sesame seeds
Patatas Revolconas - Boiled potatoes fried with onions, garlic & paprika
Champiñones al Ajillo - Garlic Mushrooms

To get your tickets for either the gig or the combined supper and gig, and for further details, get yourself on to the website quick.  At the time of writing there only appear to be 30 tickets left!

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