Cardiff restaurant launches club to put ‘supper’ back on the menu
The Laguna Kitchen and Bar at Park Plaza Hotel Cardiff is launching a series of culinary events in order to boost the popularity of the traditional supper, sparking an interesting online debate among locals.
66% of participants understood ‘supper’ to be a late evening snack before bed. Others claimed it was a ‘special meal and an opportunity to entertain guests’, with one respondent stating it is ‘an evening meal with friendly company’. Around 20% of respondents considered supper to be a late evening meal, washed down with a glass of wine.
The Laguna restaurant is introducing its ‘Supper Club’ this evening (23rd February) as an opportunity for food enthusiasts to sample hand-picked gourmet dishes accompanied with a range of wines. The events will be held on the last Thursday of each month.
Some more amusing interpretations amongst the 250 respondents to the poll included, ‘something that the characters of Wind in the Willows would settle down to or maybe Oliver Twist after he's left the orphanage.’ Katie Chapelle from Cardiff said ‘I call my evening meal dinner but incidentally, I once heard a posh person refer to her informal evening meal as ‘kitchen sups.’’
Caroline Sims, director of sales and marketing at The Laguna Kitchen and Bar said: “It is interesting to see how many different definitions exist for supper. The term has long referred to an informal meal where something a bit special is served and we want to reclaim this meaning from being just a piece of cheese on toast. With the Supper Club, we want our guests to sample some fine dining, good conversation and a relaxing glass of wine. We have created a menu using fresh local produce, such as our Welsh beef carpaccio and smoked Haddock risotto. We are sure the events will be very popular among local food-lovers.”
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