Curry with Rosie Duffield MP – West Yorkshire Open Labour

Date: 17.02.19 | Time: 19:00 - 22:00 | Location: Sweet Centre Restaurant | Tickets (Eventbrite)
Date: 17.02.19 Time: 19:00 - 22:00 Location: Sweet Centre Restaurant Tickets (Eventbrite)

West Yorkshire Open Labour are organising their first social event. It will be in the Curry Capital of Bradford at the famed Sweet Centre.

The guest speaker will be the ‘Conqueror of Cantebury’ Rosie Duffield MP the first ever Labour MP for Cantebury who will be introduced by Open Labour’s First ever MP and Founding member Alex Sobel MP.

The evening will feature a spectacular buffet menu:


– Seekh Kebabs
– Vegetable Samosas
– A selection of Pakoras
– Tikka Boti

Main Courses

– Chicken Masala
– Lamb Masala
– Tarka daal
– Mixed vegetables


– Pillau rice
– Naan


– Mango Kulfi
– Pistachio Kulfi

Soft drinks included (Bottled 7Up & Coca Cola)

All served with salad and condiments including Raita, Mango Chutney and Mint Sauce

Other Dietary Requirements can be catered for – please select this option in the ticket

Event Details

Date: Sun 17 Feb 2019
Time: 19:00 - 22:00
Location: Sweet Centre Restaurant
110-114 Lumb Lane

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