Khana Commune is an exciting new way to dine in Singapore. Open to all members of the public, it offers authentic dining based in the comfort and intimacy of a chef's home (my home!). Located in Pasir Panjang, table bookings can be made for 1-18 people at a time. Dinners are held at 8pm twice a month on specified dates. $60 a head for a 5-8 course set menu.
You can view pictures and details of previous dinners/menus on this blog and on the Facebook page. Dinner is based on a set-menu, which changes with every dinner I throw, and I will usually post the upcoming menu 1 week before any dinner.
If none of the dates I have confirmed suit you, and you would like to suggest an alternative date, get in touch and we can look into it.
Email me at email@example.com for all enquiries, or even if you just feel like saying hi!
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Monthly Archives: August 2011
Here is an idea of what we are planning for this Thursday, with some final tweaks! to start Typical Bengali iftar foods (foods we traditionally break fast with): “Beguni” (aubergine fritter) “Piyajoo” (onion fritter) “Chola” (small chickpeas curry stir-fry) Haleem … Continue reading
We’ve been taking a break in Singapore. But the cooking hasn’t stopped. Khana Commune went on a little holiday this summer….. It felt like November 2010 all over again. The thrill of decorating and transforming your dining room for a … Continue reading
Living in London from 2001-2006 was an incredible experience. I didn’t regret leaving Singapore once. Except when my tummy grumbled. The food. I missed the food. And there were only a handful of places where you could get Singaporean-Malaysian cuisine … Continue reading
Bought Ms. Marmite’s book today. If you didn’t know already, she is the pioneer of supper clubs in the U.K and recently published her own recipe book and ‘how-to’ guide to hosting a supper club. Truly an inspiration. Brought it … Continue reading