The Lodge of Honour’s Curry Club is a celebration of our mutual love of a good curry. The curry club welcomes all members, friends and family and provides a relaxed environment outside of our lodge meetings to socialise. Normally held on the last Friday every other month, the organising member takes charge of deciding where we are to meet and makes advance bookings at the restaurant.
We have enjoyed visiting many of the local curry houses in Bath and even going as far afield as Warminster and Keynsham. While most of our Curry Club outings have been members meeting up for a catch up and a social, our most recent November curry meet was an extra special one.
We saw two of our newest members and a joining member meet with a potential candidate to talk about expectations and what it is like to join the freemasons. It was very interesting to hear perspectives from new, current and old members all at one table. The group hit it off right away with casual conversations on various subjects and a warm introduction about who we are, what it means to be a freemason and what we do as a lodge.
Our pick this time around was Bikano’s Indian Restaurant in Widcombe, near the centre of Bath where we dived in to authentic Northern and Southern Indian cuisine. Some of the specials for the evening included:
Chicken Taka Tak, a typical indian street food style chicken, cooked on hot plate with secret herbs, chopped green chillies, coriander, onions, tomato and mixed peppers.
Rajasthani Laal Maans – marinated lamb pieces cooked in a sauce of onion, tomato and hot spices (red mathwnia chillies and kachri powder.
A great evening was had by all, with good food, interesting conversations and new friends.
If you would like to learn more about Masonic meetings at the Lodge of Honour or would like to come along to one of our Curry Club meets, drop us a message via the Contact form.