Thursday 26 February 2015

Zoe's Ghana Kitchen's One Night Pop-up at 409 in Clapham

Zoe's Ghana Kitchen, famous for its fine Ghanaian food (& it's use of the 'Ghana / going to' pun in the naming of events) will be popping up for one night only at 409 restaurant in Clapham North on Tuesday 10th March for a six course tasting menu, including roast mackerel and mutton palava.  It's Ghana be very, very tasty!

“Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen is not just a ‘pop-up’ restaurant — it’s a food event: creating a look and feel from its Ghanaian roots that merges with a contemporary dining experience. Home spun, home cooked food. Always fun, always relaxed and always tasty…
Born from creating a ‘pop-up’ Ghanaian restaurant in my live/workspace in Hackney Wick in the summer of 2011 as part of Hackney Wicked Arts Festival, Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen has grown with popular demand and continues to bring Ghanaian culture to an ever-wider audience through food.”
6 Course Tasting Menu includes
Turmeric and Thyme Cassava Patties & Chilli and Ginger Okra Tempura (V)
Red Red and Kelewele (V)
Slow cooked black-eye beans in a gently spiced tomato and palm oil sauce w/ caramelised plantain infused w/ fresh ginger cinnamon and nutmeg 
Roast Mackerel in chilli lemon & garlic w/ homemade Shito and Small Chop Salad (P)
Mutton Palava w/ Waakye Rice (M)
5 hour braised hogget shoulder in a spinach & agushi (ground melon seed) stew cooked with fresh ginger coriander and large vine tomatoes
Jollof Spiced Chicken skewers w/ Jollof Rice and Relish (M)
Bofrot (Puff Puff) (Ghanaian Style doughnuts) w/ Kenkey Milkshake Shots"

When - Tuesday 10th March, 7pm - 11pm

Where - four o nine, 409 Clapham Road, London, SW9 9BT

Cost - £40 in advance from Design My Night here

Map (The map doesn't capture the location very well.  four o nine is above the 'Clapham North' pub, directly opposite Clapham North tube station)

Get directions with Citymapper

Link - four o nine

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