If you thought the red party was hot, Halloween supper club with Nesan Creations just took it all to another level. Hosting an Indian and Mauritian food fusion at the haunted house, Nesan and Lady W gave everyone a night to remember.
Preparations began in the early hours with the Eyes of Lady W team armed with Partica goodies for spooky transformations. There were skeletons and spiders round every corner and chilling blood drips and handprints on glass, whilst a labyrinth of cobwebs spun over surfaces.
As night set in Wimbledon, things were just getting started at the now haunted venue…
As the delicious dishes were bubbling away, it was as if the guests were being drawn in by the fragrant aroma. Soon enough the room was alive, filled with buzzing people ready to be wined and dined.
As guests mingled, the chefs circulated with canapés for starters. These included classic Indian street food like pani puri and samosas as well as Mauritian salt fish croquettes that went down a storm.
As the night got underway, Magic Man London, David Harris, pulled out his best tricks. Gathering everyone round the table, he performed a fascinating card trick that left everyone truly dazzled.
Now it was time for the mains where everyone was spoilt for choice. From poulet aux champignions and chettinand lamb to vegetable biryani and sweet potato and butter bean curry, everything was mouthwateringly divine.
The chefs dished out plates with a little of everything and guests sat down to really enjoy and appreciate the quality food.
After everyone had been fed, the party atmosphere vamped up once again with the whole room taking part in a spontaneous rendition of Michael Jackson’s Thriller – dance and all – led by our fit chick, Shelly Palmer and vlogger, Being Mr Brown in true Halloween style.
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After glittering all the guests, Becca definitely deserved to win our pumpkin competition with her fabulous Pumpicorn!
Drinks were flowing and the desserts came out to end the night on a sweet note. Coco Labelle provided a trio of famous Mauritian treats: gateau napolitaines, tarte de banane and choux a la creme, whilst Chocolates by Eloise and Luxury Cakes by Lisa had the Halloween treats covered.
With Lady W supplying all the ghoulish tricks and NC chefs cooking up the treats, this was a Halloween party in perfect harmony.
Photography by Charlie Burgio