Sunday 2 February 2014

It's Ghana Be LOVEly - A Valentines Lonely Hearts Banquet in Hackney Wick

Zoe's Ghana Kitchen is back for Valentine's Night from her home in Hackney Wick to give a very romantic 3 course Ghanaian feast for just £25 - and it's BYOB.

"We are bringing it back to mine, where it all started, for a special BYOB Valentine's Banquet at the original home of Zoe's Ghana Kitchen with limited long table seating and a cosy love in
Whether you have a Valentine or not - you can warm your heart and belly here, meet new friends and chop some good Ghanaian Grub with us during this feast 
Free ZGK Beers Scotch Bonnet Belle – a chili amber Ale  I Should Cocoa Stout – a chocolate & cinnamon stout on arrival to match the menu …
The feast will include: 
Devilled Organic Chicken Liver (Served on hard dough bread crostini w/ kale crisps drizzled in lemon and olive) // (V) Grilled Garden Egg Salad, three-bean, cucumber & rocket salad w/ chili and garlic dressing (garden egg is a small high-fibre white aubergine) // (Ve) Red Red - Slow cooked Black Eye Beans in a gently spcied palm nut oil and tomato sauce
Organic Pork Belly & Plantain Stew (slow roasted pork belly in a sweet gently spiced plantain stew) //  Vegetarian Nkatenkwan & Fufu (peanut butter or ground nut soup with pounded yam balls and sweet fried plantain) // Vegan - Spinach & Agushi (organic baby leaf spinach and ground super melon seed stew with a hint of chilli, ginger, and fresh tomatoes) served w/ grilled Plantain in coconut oil, ginger and chilli flakes // Spicy Sardine Stew served with Kenkey (maize dough dumplings)
Chin Chin Banoffee Pie // Digestif Shot of Alomo Bitters or (ve) lime sorbet with toasted gari"

When - Friday 14th February, 7.30pm m- 11pm

Where - Zoe's Ghana Kitchen, Britannia Works, 56 Dace Road, E3 2NG

Tickets - £25 + fees from Eventbrite here


Link - Tickets page

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