Mexican Pop-up

Our Voyage of Discovery pop-up supper club is back! Join us for a four course Mexican feast.  Wash it down with a margarita if it takes your fancy. And let us bring a little bit of Latin spirit to your table.

When: Thursday 1st June, 2017, 7.30pm 

Where: Tomfoolery Coffee Company, 6, High Street, Shoreham-by-Sea, BN43 5DA

Price: £27 per person



Totopos, guacamole and pico de gallo.

Roasted aubergines, black beans and carrot ribbons in chilli, lime & agave.

Two Corn Tortillas – one loaded with Black Beans in Mole sauce, the other with Smoky, Marinated Portobello Mushrooms. Topped with cashew soured cream, pickled radishes & fresh coriander.

Warm Chocolate Brownies with Banana & Cinnamon ice cream.

You will be able to purchase vegan wine and cocktails from a special drinks menu devised by the team at Tomfoolery to complement your meal. Beers and soft drinks will also be available to purchase.

Guests will be seated at sharing tables unless requested otherwise.

All food is suitable for vegans. Please inform us of any dietary requirements or allergies when booking.

To book, please fill out the form below:

Booking Terms and Conditions

Please note, bookings are not confirmed until payment is received. Payment is due within 5 days of completing your booking form. If payment is not received, your booking will no longer be held. If you need to cancel, you will be entitled to a full refund if cancelling 10 or more days before the event. We are sorry but we are unable to refund any bookings if cancelling less than 10 days before the event. This is due to the need to order ingredients in advance of the event.


Five reasons why we love tempeh

Tempeh you say? What even IS IT?! And how do you say it?

stir frys
Tempeh and broccoli stir-fry


Pronounced Temp-ay, it is a soy bean-based fermented food. Originating from Indonesia, this is a protein-packed favourite of ours.  If you haven’t tried cooking with it yet, we recommend you give it a try. Here are our five reasons why we think you need tempeh in your life:

  • It is high in protein and low in fat. (Though if you are being health-conscious, be aware of extra calories from the oil you cook it in and any marinade you use.)
  • It is much less temperamental than tofu. No need to learn your firm from your silken like its squigdier cousin. It holds its shape well, so just slice it, marinate it, fry it (preferably coated in a little cornflour for extra crispiness) and away you go.
  • It’s versatile. Depending on how you prepare it, you can make it work in a whole host of meat-free dishes. Marinate it in miso and garlic and it makes a great meat replacement in a stir fry. Or slice it and coat it in tamari, smoked paprika and maple syrup and you can make a great alternative to a bacon butty when sandwiched between two slices of fresh, crusty bread.
  • It is surprisingly easy to get hold of. OK, you may confuse the sales staff in your local Tesco, but (people of Brighton) you can find it in the fridge section in Taj on Western Road, at Hisbe or Infinity Foods to name just a few. If you are based in other parts of the country – or indeed the world – check Chinese supermarkets (fridge or freezer sections) or health food shops.
  • At around £2 for a 200g pack, it is relatively affordable. Plus, a little goes a long way. One pack is enough to use in a main meal for four, whether you are making a stir-fry or curry dish along with some seasonal veggies.