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: November 2011
We have two more dates with tickets available for this month. *NEW* November 16th — 2 tickets available due to cancellations: Book here November 17th: This evening is now fully booked View the Menu November 25th — The One Year … Continue reading
to start Haleem — a lentil and mutton stew, served with coriander, lemon and onions to garnish with to follow kalo Qurbani ghosh — black Qurbani beef: This is a traditional Ramadan dish in Bangladesh — the cows slaughtered at … Continue reading
to start prawn & bean bhartha update: aubergine mash sitting on a bed of creamy onion dahl, topped with roasted persimmon to follow Beef Tehari — Tehari is the Bangladeshi version of the Indian ‘biryani’. The meat and rice are … Continue reading
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Thanks to J-Plus magazine for the very cool coverage. I have no idea what it says though. Damnit.