Noya’s Kitchen’s pop-up Vietnamese Supper Clubs in Bear Flat have for some years been one of Bath’s hottest dining tickets, booking out 6 months in advance, and with a long waiting list.
Noya is now opening her own venue for the first time at 7 St James’s Parade in Bath this December.
Noya Pawlyn who uses her Vietnamese background to influence her cooking style says she can’t wait to open her new city centre premises.
Talking about her new venture, Noya said: “I’ve been looking for my own place in Bath for almost two years, and I’m so excited to have found this beautiful Grade 2 listed building.
“My aim is to create a warm, homely, stylish space to welcome diners to my Supper Clubs and lunchtime sessions”
The good news for fans of Noya’s Kitchen’s Vietnamese food is that Noya will run her 5-course, set menu Supper Clubs, three times a week from December, and will open her doors for a drop-in Lunch Club from Monday to Saturday.
Lunch Club will offer seated-diners a Vietnamese taster menu, with a selection of small dishes, and there are plans to offer lunchtime takeaways from early 2018.
Noya continued: “It’s not going to be a typical 7-day a week, menu based restaurant, as my ethos has always been to cook food that I love and for my diners to try something new.
“I’ll be cooking my tried and tested favourites of course but can’t wait to get in there and start creating some exciting new dishes for lunch and supper clubs.”
Bookings are now being taken for the new venue. Supper Clubs will be from 7pm-10.30pm Thursday – Saturday for pre-booking only and Lunch Clubs can also be pre-booked, but walk ins will also be available on a Monday-Saturday 11am-3pm.
Visit www.noyaskitchen.co.uk for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make a reservation.