We at LOTI love hummus. Our fridges are always readily stocked with a few tubs and lately we’ve even been making our own from scratch. If you share our passion for chickpeas you’ll be very interested in ANAN, a new supperclub centred around humble hummus that’s appearing at Allpress Dalston in March.

If the idea of an old hummus supperclub isn’t exciting enough, just wait until you hear who’s behind it. ANAN has been founded by Eyal Jagermann, original co-founder and head chef of The Barbary, only one of the best Middle Eastern restaurants in London. And joining him is Executive Chef Tomer Hauptman (ex-Palomar) and Zoe Tigner-Haus (ex-River Café) who will run front of house. Safe to say, this won’t be any old hummus, and there’ll be plenty more to enjoy too.

Highlights include Medjool Confit Beetroot with Dukkah, Matbucha – a Moroccan dip made of spiced red peppers and tomatoes;  Golden Cauliflower served Jaffa style; and Slow Roasted Kholrabi with Cured Lemon Chimichurri. Sharing deserts include ANAN’s own style of Malabi, a Middle Eastern pudding, made using coconut cream and served with persimmon, rose water syrup, toasted coconut flakes and dried rose petals.

Tickets are priced at £33 and will include an Arak cocktail that combines Limonana, rose petals and coriander seeds, plus the full menu with desserts.

Thurs 12th – Sat 14th March 2020
55 Dalston Ln, London E8 2NG