Firstly, apologies for the delay in announcing the winner of our second prize giveaway. I’ve been in China for the last 2 weeks where WordPress blogs are banned and so have been unable to update you all…I know you’ve been waiting with bated breath.
Without further ado, we’re pleased to reveal that our second prize giveaway winner is Roger! He’s already received the £60 voucher for a fabulous dinner at the wonderful Ganapati, London’s best South Indian restaurant (see below for more details). A lovely festive treat.
We would like to say another huge thank you to everybody who has donated so far. We have now surpassed our fundraising target thanks to you wonderful lot. But, if you haven’t yet donated, there’s still time…the more you give, the more money will go to directly to our chosen charity, St Christopher’s Hospice.
And especially to motivate you to click on that JustGiving button now that it’s Christmas, we have another restaurant voucher to giveaway next week. Everyone who has donated will be entered into the draw. Watch this blog for further details.
A second prize giveaway is a £60 voucher for Ganapati, the home of South Indian cuisine in Peckham, with a menu influenced by the family style cooking and street food of Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Having dined here several times, we can thoroughly recommend this gem of a restaurant as the best for authentic South Indian dishes in London…the masala dosas are simply out of this world…but don’t just take our word for it…
“… and it’s probably the finest example of south Indian food I’ve had outside India.”
“The menu is mouth-watering and screams authenticity.”
“This isn’t just a paratha. This is a Ganapati paratha…”
“The very incarnation of a hidden gem, Ganapati’s brilliantly coloured interior is every bit as warm and vibrant as its southern Indian cooking.”
“The best Keralan cooking in London…”
“There’s an attention to detail here that shows this lot genuinely cares about what they’re doing…”
“Fresh, healthy and delicious – a local treasure…”