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Celebrate the FIFA World Cup at Berenjak Borough

This November, Berenjak Borough will be offering the ultimate setting for large groups to come together and celebrate the FIFA World Cup, from the first match kick off on Sunday 20th until the final on Sunday 18th December.



Berenjak, famous for its kababs and mazeh, is inspired by the food of founder Kian Samyani’s Iranian heritage - particularly at Borough, where the menu mimics the large family gatherings of his childhood, with exclusive sharing dishes.


In celebration of FIFA World Cup, the team have created an exclusive Feast Menu (£85.00 pp) which includes an array of sharing plates such as Panir Sabzi (Persian feta, radish, nuts and fresh herbs), Hummus E Khanegi (black chickpeas, tahini, walnuts, somagh) and Kashk E Bademjoon (coal cooked aubergine, whey, walnuts and onions).


These will be served alongside Baal E Morgh (chicken wings, red peppers paste, lemon) and Meygoo Jonoobi (Madagascan giant prawns, chilli, roasted garlic, preserved lemon yoghurt). Other dish highlights include Koobideh Kabab (minced lamb shoulder, onion and black pepper) and Jujeh Kabab Tond (poussin, chilli, garlic, smoagh, açi paste) For those with a sweet tooth, the feasting menu also includes their Napeloni made with puff pastry, orange blossom custard and jersey cream.


Plus, for those matches taking place in the morning, there will even be the first ever Berenjak brunch menus.


Groups of 14+ can look to privately hire Berenjak Borough’s Iranian dining room on the first floor, where guests can make use of large group tables (one of which converts into a pool table) and TV screens for streaming the football.


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