15 African Supperclubs and Food Joints Londoners can to look forward to in July 2017

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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 KitchenChuku’sFaaji Sundays and more have been and still are gracing various Londoners alike. This month we have Grill N’ Roses (yet again!), Lerato (in demand as usual) Tokunbo’s Kitchen (Oya Come Chop!) and more in this rather Summer BBQ orientated read! Support, Celebrate, Chop and Dine with some of the best African Food Pop-ups and Food Joints in London this month; let’s go:




Date: Sat 15th July | Time: 3pm – late | Venue: Ikoyi, 1 St. James’s Market, London SW1Y 4AH | Host: IKOYI | FB: /ikoyi_London | Insta: /ikoyi_london | Phone: 020 3583 4660 | Email: info@ikoyilondon.com | Event info: here

Jollof Cuisine: Progressive, West African Cooking.

Culturally rich West African Cuisine Bars in Central London based Restaurant are few and far between – and that’s exactly what co-founders Iré Hassan-Odukale and Jeremy Chan aim to achieve and expand upon. Ikoyi will offer a unique take on West African cuisine, with Head Chef Jeremy bringing his fine dining experience from restaurants such as Dinner and Noma to create highly skilled dishes.

“The menu will take a three course format, with Jeremy using innovative cooking techniques and modern presentation to interpret West African food. Starters will see high quality produce combined with West African seasoning to create dishes such as Rare Breed Lamb Ribs with Asun Relish (£7.5), and Octopus Pepper Soup with Coastal Herbs (£11). Main courses will showcase carefully selected meat and authentic flavours, with dishes including Wild Nigerian Tiger Prawn, with Banga Bisque and Corn Grits (£27), and Suya Blade of Beef, whilst sharing dishes will feature a Jollof rice with Smoked Bone Marrow and Groundnut Miso, Jeremy’s take on the iconic rice dish famed across West Africa. Working with Aubrey Allen and other specialist suppliers, Jeremy will source a unique breed of four-horned lamb, Manx Loaghtan and line caught fish to be cured and smoked.” (Source: Gerber)

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1) Summer BBQ Fest -Dancehall Meets Afrobeat

Grill N Roses Summer BBQ

Date: Sun 30th July | Time: 3pm – late | Venue: The Club, 121 Broad Street
Essex RM10 9HP | Hosts: Uch Manny | Shoobs link: here

Join Grill N Roses, Uch Manny & Co at this Summer BBQ Fest.

Music by: DJ sean
BBQ : Grill&Rose
Time: 3pm till 11:30pm.|No ID No Entry
£10.00 online and more at the door
For More info : Uch_Manny: 07916614689, Lawerncia : +44 7551 496614 ksweez: +447405154776

Join Grill N Roses, Uch Manny & Co at this Summer BBQ Fest.

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Date: Fri 7th July | Time: 19:00–23:30pm | Venue: Palm 2 Event Space, 152-156 Lower Clapton Road, E5 0QJ London, UK | FB: /LittleBoabab | Twitter: @LittleBaobabE5 | Email: littlebaobabuk@gmail.com | Phone: 07864947632 | Event Link here

EVENT AS OF JULY 1st SOLD OUT! These guys at Little Baobab are no strangers to us! I was at there last supper club on the Friday March 24th! And it was a blast! 7pm – 1am; live music will start at 8pm. Join them for a ONE NIGHT ONLY pop-up, upstairs at Palm 2 on Friday the 7th of July!  ENTRY is £28 per person and includes a three-course Senegalese feast and live music from some Baobab favourites & live acts: KADIALY KOUYATE (Senegal), KYAZI LUGANGIRA KIHAYA BLUES TRIO (Tanzania) and EXPLOSIVE NZAKOMBA (Congo).

There’s limited space and BOOKING is essential – call them on 07864947632 or email littlebaobabuk@gmail.com!

Our Review: Probably the best Senegambia Supperclub in London and if not the country; Little Baobab quite simply put = rock. I’ve been there many times, Resident Chef Khadim is a man that knows what he’s doing when it comes to Thiébou dieune,Yassa, Maffé and more. Make sure you keep updated via their Facebook page to see when their next supper club will pop-up! Email littlebaobabuk@gmail.com or call 07864947632 to book your place! Yes; they’re originally Senegalese – but worthy of a place within this article amongst our Gambian brothers. (Our Recommendation)

AfricanCultureBlog is GOING TO THIS EVENT! YAY!

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3) Stories & Supper Supperclub


Date: Sat 1st July | Time: 19:30 – 22:30pm | Venue: Studio 3 Arts, Boundary Road, Barking IG11 7JR | Hosts: Stories & Supper | FB: /StoriesAndSupper | Twitter: @Stories_Supper | Eventbrite: here

Stories & Supper is a refugee supper club project based in Walthamstow which aims to challenge some of the myths surrounding the migration crisis. Refugee and non-refugee volunteers work in partnership to produce great food and inspiring stories.


‘I come from the growl of motorbikes through dusty streets/The smell of wild jasmine and petrol’

Stories & Supper are back with a second supper club, this time at Studio 3 Arts in Barking. Once again diners will be treated to a three-course meal, with a side order of stories which challenge the migration headlines.

Some of the treats we have in store for you:

  • Original poetry telling tales of home, guided by the amazing spoken word artist Joelle Taylor
  • Exquisite Afghan song from Abdul
  • A menu spanning Syria, Sudan and Afghanistan, as well as stories from around the world

Start with a welcome drink in the courtyard garden to whet your appetite for our Syrian starter. We will then be serving classic chick pea falafel alongside the sublime spiced red pepper dip muhammara and smokey aubergine dip baba ganoush. Then it’s on to the Sudanese main event. Let us introduce you to aseeda with a spicy peanut sauce, as well as Sudanese ‘canneloni’ – surely the ultimate fusion food. To finish, delight in our take on Shir Berenj – a fragrant Afghan rice pudding. All led by our talented refugee chefs.

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Date: Sat July 8th | Time: 11:00 – 21:00pm | Venue: 124-126 Brick Lane, (at the back of Dark Sugars) London E1 6RU | Insta: /JammaRekk | FB: /JammaRekk | Twitter: @JammaRekk | Eventbrite: here

Join Jamma Rekk every Saturday for London’s first ever weekly African Caribbean market Square. They will be selling jerk duck and fish cake wraps, Afra, rice and veg curry. Plus a few surprises every now and then. There is also Booze on sale and a DJ playing some serious tunes so come down and enjoy!

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Date: Sun 30 July | Time: 15:00 – 23:00pm | Venue: The Africa Centre, 66-68 Great Suffolk Street Southwark, London SE1 0BL |Hosts: Cams X Bikes | FB: /CamsXBikes | Insta: /CamsXBikes | Email: info@chopxbeats.co.uk | Eventbrite: here

Come and enjoy authentic West African cuisine and 100% old school hall party vibes from 3 pm till 10 pm – set at The Africa Centre. Full of flavour West African cuisine will be available for purchase:-

Jollof rice * Kelewele *Grilled Chicken * Grilled Fish * Kra Kro (plantain dumplings) * Yam* Plus much more!

Come and enjoy authentic West African cuisine and 100% hall party vibes from 3 pm till 10 pm.

Superstar DJ Nore is back with another set of party hits to take your spirit higher! | Afrobeats * Highlife * Reggae * Hip-Hop * Old School | Customer’s favourite Mama J’s Jollof rice is waiting for you!

For more info about this event; please click here

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Insta: /baileysgrill29 | Email: baileysgrills@gmail.com | 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



Date: Sun 30 July | Venue: 61 Cheltenham Road, London SE15 3AF | Time: 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (BST) | Insta: /Lerato_Tomato | Facebook: /LeratoLovesFood | Twitter: @LeratoLondon | Blog: /LeratoLovesFood | Eventbrite: here

Join Lerato for an explosion of flavours at her Sunday African Supper Club in London as recommended by Time Out London & The Evening Standard. You will start with a refreshing Hibiscus Botanical Cocktail and in true African spirit feast on sharing plates at the centre of the table. Expect vibrant flavours with summer fruits, peppers, exotic African spices and herbs. This is a feast for all!

See you at the table!


Hibiscus Botanical Cocktail with Summer Berries

Our roasts have been immensely popular with homemade nomadic suya spice blends and wonderful selim peppers. This summer our mango & scotch bonnet is back on the menu.

Endives, Jollof Quinoa, Mixed Peppers, Micro Herbs

Summer Roasts with mango and scotch bonnet purée – sweet with teasing heat.

Free Range Chicken

Roasted Aubergines (v)

Braised Kale, Mixed Peppers & Roasted Shallots

Baked Peaches with Rapberry & Date Puree, Chin Chin Crumbs
(Chin Chin is a delightful West African cookie base)

Please specify if you are vegan or vegetarian. The menu may be changed due to seasonal availability. 

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Date: Sat 1st July | Time: 1pm – 10pm | Venue: 1 Bramber Court, Bramber Road, London W14 9PW | Host: Karen French | Eventbrite: here

Hi, my name is Karen, Im half English and half African, Im passionate about my city, London. I do not want you to leave the UK without seeing how the British Afro / Caribbean enjoy life in the UK.

Let Karen take you to a tasty authentic Afro / Caribbean restaurant to enjoy music, delicious cuisine and to enjoy our British Afro / Caribbean culture, you do not have to be Afro-Caribbean to enjoy the experience, all Nationalities are welcome.

Off the beaten track, you will experience authentic food & music, relax at a bar by the river and mix with British Afro / Caribbean people who are relaxed and friendly.  Dance the night away to R&B, Reggae and Jazz at some of London best kept secrets not on the high street! Safely delivered back to your hotel by your own driver who is always five minutes away.

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Date: Sat 1st July | Time: 4pm – 9pm | Venue: 58 Kennington Oval, SE11 5SW London | Host: Little Angel’s Trust and IjesCorner | Event Link: here

(Little Angels Trust is an independent Charitable Organisation with a very deep passion for helping seriously sick and terminally ill children)

Good Food/Music and Light Entertainment.

Adults- £7
Children (5-11)- £4
Under 5s- Free
Any Amount of Donation Welcome

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9) AfroBeach | All Day Summer Party


Date: Sun 16th July | Time: 1pm till late | Venue: Queen’s Yard, Unit 8, Mick’s Garage, Hackney Wick, London E9 5EN | Hosts: Magnum Opus Events | Insta: /MagnumOpus_LTD | YouTube: /Magnum-Opus | FB: /MagnumOpusltd | Twitter: @MagnumOpusLTD | Phone: 0207 607 0953 | Eventbrite: here

Some Londoners haven’t heard of Magnum Opus but you have now! These guys are back with an all day celebration of African and Caribbean culture & music – with chilled vibes in the day and a full on carnival party til’ the early morn!

You can expect music, food, drinks and games housed at Mick’s; A two tiered canal-side spacious indoor / outdoor venue with a private garden in Hackney Wick’s Queen’s Yard.






Brought to you by Magnum Opus Events

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10) Tottenham Social Pop Up : Nigerian with Tokunbo’s Kitchen

TK Kitchen Summer 2017

Date: Thurs 29th JuneSat 1st July | Time: 18.00pm – 22.00pm | Venue: The Mill Co Project. Unit 3, Gaunson House. Markfield Road. South Tottenham. London. N15 4QQ | Insta: /TokunbosKitchen | FB: /TokunbosKitchen | Twitter: @TokunbosKitchen | Email: info@tokunboskitchen.com | Site: tokunboskitchen.com| Event Link: here

Fantastic Menu and Great Prices! Oya, come chop at Tokunbo’s Kitchen with other food lovers and feast to your heart’s content because no one leaves a Nigerian kitchen without a full stomach and heart.

Tottenham Social has been running since June 2015, where they invite street food traders to take over the kitchen in the evenings Craving Coffee. They now have someone different in each week to do a 3 night pop up.

Oya, come chop at Tokunbo’s Kitchen with other food lovers and feast to your heart’s content because no one leaves a Nigerian kitchen without a full stomach and heart.


For more info on this event; please click here



Date: Sun 5th August | Time: 18:30pm – 21:30pm | Venue: Grove Community Centre, Bradmore Park Road, London W6 0DT | Email: info@myafricanhob.com | Site: www.myafricanhob.com | Eventbrite: here

Fantastic! A newbie on our entry list. Check these guys out! This Supper Club event will take place at various venues in London. You will be served a three course menu including a delicious West African starter and dessert. You will also be served welcome drinks made from traditional West African ingredients like a warming Ginger Beer and lime drink or a Wonjo (Hibiscus flower/sorrel) cocktail. The venue is 10 minutes’ walk from Hammersmith Broadway Centre. Parking is also free outside the venue on weekends.

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Date: Every Wednesday in May! | Time: Midday – late | Venue: West India Quay (Every Wednesday) via The Kerb | Email: rebecca@houseofdodo.co.uk | Phone: 07977 132931 | Insta: /HouseOfDodo | FB: /HouseOfDodoLondon | Twitter: @HouseOfDODO| Site: houseofdodo.co.uk | Event Link: here

nb: Vegetarian Option | Gluten Free Option | Halal Option | Vegan Option

HOUSE of DODO is the first Mauritian street food trader to urbanise this cuisine for London’s thriving casual dining scene. If you’re after Cocunut Beef, Spicy Lima Beans, Creole Chicken – then look no further.They currently trade in a selection of London’s most reputable markets, cater private events, and run pop up kitchens. These guys have a fast growing a reputation for a modern take on this cuisine, and delivering food packed with unique flavour combinations, colourful ingredients, and tropical island vibes.

13) Club Carnivore meets the South African Braai!


Date: Tues 18th July | Time: 7pm – 10pm | Venue: Vivat Bacchus, 47 Farringdon Street, London EC4A 4LL | Hosts: Vivat Bacchus | FB: /VivatBacchus | Twitter: @Vivat_Bacchus | Insta: /VivatBacchus | Eventbrite: here

Club Carnivore meets the South African braai

7pm start.


Traditional beef boerewors | Chakalaka sauce – spicy tomato, onion & bean sauce born in the townships of Southern Africa | Chargrilled haunch of ostrich carpaccio | ‘Mielie’ & peppadew salsa, watercress salad | VB’s famous crispy Karoo-style lamb chops | Cucumber, mint & natural yoghurt raita | Braai’ed ‘Cote de Boeuf’ 700g for 2 to share | Grass-fed, dry-aged British beef | Warm salad of rainbow beets, green beans, butternut squash & vine-ripened heritage tomatoes | Roast potatoes | Rosemary & Pinotage jus gras | Cheeseboard with VB biltong (of course!)

Welcome drink and one glass of wine per course included in the price of this 5-course dinner event

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Date: Every Saturday & Selected Sundays in July | Time: 12pm – 5pm | Venue: 13 – 23 Westgate St, London E8 3RL via  | Hosts: Lemlem’s Kitchen | FB: /LemLemKitchen | Insta: /LemLemKitchen | Twitter: @LemLemKitchen | More info: here

Okay; there’s always a new entry or two every month and if you’re interested in Modern African yet Authentically Eritrean Inspired Food ~ Made with Eritrean Flavours ~ then goodness me; LemLem’s ‘guest appearances’ at Netil Market requires your attention.

“Come and visit us at Netil Market where we’re open every Saturday and selected Sundays from 11am – 6pm (or until we sell out!) and try our modern African menu that uses classic Eritrean flavours to reimagine street food favourites; like Afro-Tacos, Awaze Wings and Shiro Fries as well as a special brunch menu that features typical Asmarino breakfast dishes like Ful and Fatta, but with our own Lemlem Kitchen twist of course!”

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Date: Thu 13 July | Time: 18:00 – 22:30pm | Venue:  198 CONTEMPORARY ARTS, 198 Railton Road, Herne Hill, London SE24 0JT | Host: Original Flava | Insta: /ORIGINALFLAVA_ | FB: /OriginalFlava123 | YouTube: /Original-Flava | Twitter: @OriginalFlava_ | Email: info@caradisefoods.com or info@originalflava.com | Eventbrite: here

Shaun & Craig love to cook; everyone knows that. And Original Flava are celebrating their debut cookbook with a launch event! Event sponsors: Wray & nephews, Grace tropical rhythms and Carib lager.

The evening will feature:
– An exhibition gallery showcasing authentic caribbean food & culture art.
– Delicious jerk chicken & rice and peas snack box.
– Enjoy Free UNLIMITED rum punch (6-7.30pm)
– DJ Matthews (BKchat Ldn) & Farda Fifa playing reggae, bashment & dancehall bangers

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Date: Wed 5th July | Time: 10:30 – 13:00 | Venue: Tokko Youth Centre, 7 Gordon Street, Luton LU1 2QP | Email: info@africancentre.org.uk | FB: /Bedfordshire-African-Community-Centre | Phone: 01582 484807 | Eventbrite: here

Bedfordshire African Community Centre (BACC) is a community organisation, based in Luton and Bedfordshire area, which aims to meet the needs of members of the African Communities and other BME’s living in the UK. Join their Lunch Club every Wednesday and learn how to make food from around the world. *Free for participants who wish to take part in making the food. *£2 a plate if you just want to come and enjoy the delicious food.

We start serving lunch at 12:00pm for non participants

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FunmisTouch Food

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 | funmistouch@gmail.com Dm or 07501373431 London/ Essex

Funmi's Touch


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