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African Cuisine is being enjoyed all over London and it’s rise is continuing. Supperclubs, Food Pop-ups, Central London Restaurants and Takeaways such as LOLO Kitchen, Chuku’s, Faaji Sundays and more have been and still are gracing various Londoners alike.
However with the Sun gradually coming out and summer round the corner, there’s a couple African BBQ Grills that you should check out that will add some authentic spice, flavour and memories to your outdoor socials and events this year.
Here are 7 to checkout:
FEATURE: Grill N’ Roses BBQ (East)
Some haven’t heart of Grill N’ Roses before this read – but they have now! April 2017 is the launch month of these guys and they have indeed started with a bang! The East London based Chefs cater to medium and large sized events within the M25 and beyond. Whether it’s the good old Burgers, Chicken, Prawns and Fish to their carefully grilled thinly sliced #beef or the Fully Loaded Package featuring all of the above plus their specially marinated Suya, Lobster & Ntaba with ground roasted peanuts, ginger, smoked paprika, cayenne, garlic & onions – these guys are certainly one of the best around.
“London hit the highs of 25 degrees on Sunday 9th April, so the GNRBBQ Team linked up with a few close friends to take full advantage of the weather and threw a small BBQ • Have a look at what we got up to • No matter how big or small your event it, we got you covered if you’re based in East London”
There is plenty to come from these guys and we’ll be giving you special updates.
1) BAILEYS’ BBQ GRILL (South East)
Insta: /baileysgrill29 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 07951873296
Certainly one of the best weekend only Nigerian Barbecue Grill specialists out there. Yes – Nigerian BBQ Grill. Onje such as: Asun, Suya, Fish, Corn and more. These guys are professionals in providing personalised on-site BBQ services at events & Parties with wide range of Nigerian BBQ dishes that suits your event. They cater to House Parties, Carnivals, Family Fun Days, Church events and more. For more info call Biola on: 07951873296
2) BARE TASTY (All Over)
“Specialising in Afro-Mediterranean BBQ’ing or Afro-Med BBQ’ing as we like to call it, the site was initially a food blog created by AY whilst he was at University however it fast developed into a catering company due to popular demand and we now cater for all sorts of events, festivals, parties and club nights bringing our Afro-Med BBQ flavours to taste buds right near you.”
3) GRILL MASTER
Barbecue Grill Master Catering started many years ago (2003) when we started grilling skewed beef (Suya), which is traditional from Northern Nigeria, Africa. Since then we’ve gone from cooking, grilling and roasting at some incredible BBQ parties. We now want to share our passion for barbecues, food and summer drinks with you and your guest.
Insta: /BringAndBraai | Facebook: /Bring-and-Braai | Twitter: @BringAndBraai | Phone 1: (Mark) 07884 481121 | Email: (Mark) 07884 481121 – email@example.com | Phone 2:(Rodney) 07903 555647 firstname.lastname@example.org
Truly South African! These Outdoor Caterers bring , a Taste of Africa ‘literally’ to your back garden or local park. , Using Traditional Methods & Flavours; they arrive, set up, and cook a feast for you and your family and friends. Then when you’re completely satisfied that all your guests have been fed to their hearts content – they pack up and leave. Family Fun Days, Summer Rugby, Outdoor Events and more; they have a menu to suit all tastes, budgets and occasions. Don’t worry about the kids also – if they are under 12 they eat for £5.
5) THE SUYA MAN
Book us now for the full Suya experience and we guarantee that we will be the talk of your party! Suya is one of the most popular street foods in Nigeria and elsewhere in Africa (at least in one form or another). Spiced with our very own unique blend of groundnuts (peanuts), ground ginger, assorted types of peppers, stock cubes and salt, The Suya Man produces & imports all suya mix from Nigeria ensuring the original and authentic taste of Africa is experienced in all of our seasoned meats.
Insta: /alalekecuisine | Facebook: /alaLekeHourlyKitchen | Address: Unit 25, Ropery Business Park, Anchor & Hope Lane London SE7 7RX | Phone 1: 07552 203 464 | Phone 2: 07939 966 419 | Email: email@example.com
Cuisine a la Leke has established excellent reputation for providing 5 Star Hospitality Services for the Afro-Caribbean Clients for over two decades in the United Kingdom. You can also rent their kitchen for all your party needs. Their professional kitchen complies with Environmental Health Standard making it ideal for any start up business requiring a space to operate from. These guys also provide outdoor BBQ Grills African Style!
Papi’s Grill is a catering company that specializes in authentic BBQ food. They have a belief that almost all types of food can be BBQ Grilled ranging from Meats, Fish, Chicken, and Vegetables.Furthermore; they also provide an on site grill service as well as delivery services for all occasions. They currently have branches in London, UK and Lagos, Nigeria.
Feature: FUNMI’S TOUCH
In case you’re based in the East London/Dagenham/Essex Area; then contact Funmi’s Touch! Whether it’s Cajun Spiced Chicken; lamb ribs with jerk sauce, honey chilli chicken wings with noodles and more; Funmi has it with abundance! Meat Pie, Efo elegusi with pounded yam and Ayommase and Grilled tilapia fish with plantain and spicy sauce – this talented cook keeps it moving.
Insta: /FunmisTouch | firstname.lastname@example.org Dm or 07501373431 London/ Essex
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