Join us for an explosion of flavours at our special feast with live African salsa. This is one for lovers of culture, new adventures, and friendships!
We will feast on sumptuous food while being treated to stories of spring's harvest through sensual African salsa. Our long table feasts are a wonderful marriage of cuisines, inspired by my African upbringing and seasonal British produce, cooked with wondrous spices.
Eulanda Shead Osagiede,my dear friend who is an experienced dancer, an expert in travel, food tourism and migration and half of husband & wife duo behind award winning blog - Hey Dip Your Toes Inhas created a beautiful dance piece celebrating the bountiful harvest and igniting rich african influence in food and music.
In Africa we believe, we are all equal especially when we come together to share food around the same table.
Growing up, my mother always made a big ceremony out of preparing Easter Sunday and Monday feasts for the neighbours and for the children in nearby orphanages. I always admired her as she cooked jollof rice in large cauldrons on blazing fire wood. This is the traditional way of cooking and the most efficient way she could cook large amounts, resulting in the most delicious smoked rice that has forever bewitched my senses.
With vegans and vegetarians in the family, the menu is a feast for all. I look forward to sharing this adventure with you all and creating new traditions through our shared love for great food.
Do book your tickets soon as limited spaces are available. You can also book as a group and for special celebrations. If this is sold out and you will like to be on the waiting list for the next event you can SUBSCRIBE here.
See you at the table.
Hibiscus Botanical Cocktails with Seasonal Fruits
Spring Harvest Canapés
A selection of canapés with nomadic suya spices, my home made blend with roasted peanuts;
Roasted jersey royal new potatoes & aubergine rolls with Cauliflower purée*
Plantain Pepper Soup, Radishes, Spring greens
with a blend of aromatic African herbs, Selim peppers, African Basil (v)
Banana Akara - Fritters with Spiced Chocolate Sauce
*Contains peanuts. Menu can be changed due to seasonal availability.
Dietary requirements We cater for most allergies and dietary requirements. Please let us know your requirements on the booking form.
Drinks The events are BYOB, unless otherwise stated. Please feel free to bring your favourite drink.
Location Our events in London take place at the London Cooking Project, a beautiful kitchen and restaurant space in Battersea South West London. The kitchen is involved in a lot of community projects, with food programmes that feed the less privileged to food waste and sustainability programmes.
*Group bookings available
If you will like to join us in the kitchen for a fabulous day of cooking and feasting, see cookery classes here.
*Due to the nature of this event, refunds are not allowed but we are happy to transfer your booking if given advance notice. Please see Terms & Conditions for refund policy and more.