25 African Supperclubs Londoners can look forward to in March 2018


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Valentine’s Day has gone but our love for African Food hasn’t. The month of March 2018 has quiet a few but worthy gastronomy themed supperclubs that will excite lovers of African cuisine and African Londoners alike; Senegalese, Sierra Leoneon and of course Nigerian dominate this Edition; and we’ve even included Seminars, Cooking Classes and a couple of outside London specials.


Do Checkout: MalChava Cuisine


Contact: Email: malchavacusine@gmail.com | Twitter: @MalchavaCuisine| Insta: /MalchavaCuisine | FB: /MalChavaCuisine | YouTube: /MalChavaCuisine

“Malchava Cuisine” – is all about discovering , learning and celebrating African cuisine , whereby a variety of videos will be put together . From a interactive cooking show to quick videos of me making food , however viewers are more than welcome to send their requests. Naomi is Congolese and Proud and deeply passionate about African foods and she would like to share her talent with all of the viewers and learn how to cook together.


I was privileged to have been invited to BBC Radio London amongst a host of other London based African Food Enthusiasts and Chefs and mentioned live on air at the end of the programme that this year – I am expecting big things from not only the well established but the up and coming London African Supperclubs, Restaurants and Caterer Entrepreneurs in 2018.


We discussed which country has the best Jollof Rice, Culture and Identity with regards to African Food and more with Dotun Adebayo; feel free to checkout the podcast here. Please do check out AndSuya, Grill N Roses, Little Baobab and Malchava Cuisine amongst others. This article includes events in late February 2018 and March 2018. Here we go:



Date: Bookings from Tuesday March 20th onwards | Time: Anytime | Venue: Right at your door | Email: gnrbbq@gmail.com | Phone: 07534968500 | Insta: /GNRBBQ | Twitter: @GNRBBQ | Snapchat: GNRBBQ

These guys are back in March 2018 and mean business! 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. Expecting big things from them this year indeed!

For more info; Insta: /GNRBBQ


Date: Sat 10th March & Sat 17th March | Time: Late evening | Venue: Secret Location in London | Insta: /CarineOttou | Facebook: /MatangoSupperClub | Twitter: /OttouCarine | Blog: /CarineOttou | Also checkout: www.inspiringchefs.com | Event info: hereYep; the food services this Lady provides is so good that she has been included in the article twice! At 14, Carine moved from Cameroon to France, where she developed a passion for cooking. Now in London, she run a supper club and a cooking school focused on fusing cooking styles. Cameroonian Nibbles will be provided during this unique learn and cook as you eat experience.
During this sesion you will chat over coffee at Brixton Village before shopping at a street market for African and Caribbean goods. Nibbling homemade Cameroonian treats with a drink or two is combined with the host introducing you to some of the staples of Cameroonian cuisine, including Matango, a wine produced from palm trees. Serving it is Cameroonians’ way of saying, “Welcome, you are our esteemed guest!”

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&Suya Wednesdays

Date: Every Wednesday in March | Time: Midday tiil late | Venue: & Suya (andsuya), 2 Charcot Road, Colindale,  London NW9 5WU | Hosts: AndSuya | Insta: /&Suya | Phone: 02082054080 | Email: private@andsuya.com | Event Info: here

If you haven’t heard of &Suya – You have now! Bold, Stunning and Quality West African Fusion Dishes flying and frying out of North London means this parlour is the main African Gastronomy Joint that we expect to be taking London by storm in 2018! Every Wednesday wine and dine to afrocentric beats from the talented musician Fela Kuti along with the fantastic 5 star african and west african cuisine to be enjoyed in this Colindale based gourmet restaurant.

Sign up to access the & SUYA experience at: greatfood@andsuya.com

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Date: Sat 3rd March 2018 | Time: 6.30pm till late | Venue: Open Kitchen Bar & Restaurant, 40 Hoxton Street, London N1 6LR | Hosts: Mick Elysee | Insta: /ChefMickElysee | FB: /Chef-Mick-Elysee-TV-Chef | Twitter: @MickElysee | YouTube: /LaTentationCatering | Linkedin: /in/MickÉlysée | Event info: here

Following on from the sucessful release of his new cookbook, Not GuiltyChef Mick Élysée is bringing his unique take on Congolese cusine to Hoxton, on Saturday 3rd March, 6.30pm, at the Open Kitchen Bar and Restaurantwith a special 4 course gourmet dining event for one night only. Combining the methods and style of modern French cooking with the ingredients and flavours of his native Congo, guests will have the opportunity to experience Mick Élysée’s signature Afro-fusion cuisine. “I want people to know more about African cuisine, and the only way to make it well known is to keep moving. That’s why I’m doing pop-ups – I’m taking the food to the people.” On arrival, dinners will be welcomed with Mick’s signature appetizer, then will be taken on a culinary journey through Congo with an exciting 4 course meal. The event is organised in partnership with the Wonder Foundation and a portion of the profits will go to the charity and their causes. Tickets cost £40 (excluding drinks). For more information and to book visit www.mickelysee.comOpen Kitchen Bar and Restaurant, 40 Hoxton Street, London N1 6LR. 

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Date: Friday 23rd Feb 2018 & March 23rd 2018 | Time: 7.00pm – 10.30pm | Venue: Pill Box Kitchen, 115 Coventry Rd, London E2 6GG | Host: Nim’s Din | Insta: /NimsDin | Twitter: @NimsDin | FB: /Nims-Din | Event Link: here

Cham Cham supper club gives guests the opportunity to taste a variety of delicious food and drinks from the West African countries of Liberia and Sierra Leone (some dishes have a little Nim’s Din. twist on them!) You’ll have the opportunity to discover how the dishes are prepared, the meaning behind the name of the dishes and the tradition around when and why some dishes are served at a meal or gathering in Salone and Liberia.

They have a supper club next week on February 23rd and on Friday March 23rd 2018 also! Tickets for the March 2018 Supperclub will be released soon and to sign up; go to nimsdin.com to get an update for when tickets become available!!

Ma Etta’s Homemade Ginger Beer (V)

Lift this aperitif by purchasing some vodka, gin or rum from the bar


Pepper Chicken with Jacato Babaganoush (contains nuts and sesame seeds) | Mama Saga’s Pepper Soup with Tilapia and King Prawns | Stout Braised Pork with Bitter Leaf Plasas and Fufu | Kanyah & Lime Cheesecake (V) (contains nuts)

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6) Little Baobab’s March 2018 Pop-up!

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Date: Friday 16th March 2018 | Time: 20:00 – Late| Venue: Palm 2 Event Space, 152-156 Lower Clapton Road, E5 0QJ London, UK | Insta: /LittleBaobabUK | FB: /LittleBoabab | Email: littlebaobabuk@gmail.com | Phone: 07864947632 | Event Link here

Little Baobab are a Pop-up Restaurant with Live Music, an Events Caterer and Market Trader, and a Music Agency – all with Senegalese style and soul!

These guys at Little Baobab are no strangers to us! I was at there last supper club on last year and aim to be there again this March – Period! 8pm – 1am; live music will start at 8pm. Join them for a ONE NIGHT ONLY pop-up, upstairs at Palm 2 on Friday the 24th of March!  ENTRY is £20 per person and includes a three-course Senegalese feast and live music from some Baobab favourites: ABDOULAYE SAMB and KODJOVI KUSH!

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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7) Tokunbo’s Kitchen presents: Winter Residency at Green Rooms Hotel


Date: January 15th till March 31st 2018 | Time: 12:00 – 15:00pm and 17:00 – 21:00pm (Week days only) | Venue: Green Rooms Hotel, 13-27 Station Road, London N22 6UW | Hosts: Tokunbo’s KitchenInsta/TokunbosKitchen | FB/TokunbosKitchen | Twitter@TokunbosKitchen | Email: info@tokunboskitchen.com | Sitetokunboskitchen.comEvent Linkhere

In case you find yourself in and around the Haringey and Wood Green areas of North London within the next few weeks; there should only be one thing on your mind – or should i say two: Tokunbo’s Kitchen and Green Rooms Hotel. TK’s Kitchen are Bringing YOU a taste of Nigeria at our 3 months residency. Join them  for lunch 12-3pm and Dinner 5-9pm from Monday 15th January all the way till the end of March 2018.

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Date: Sunday 11th March 2018 | Time: 19.00 – 22.00pm | Venue: Vagabond N7, 105 Holloway Road, N7 8LT | Insta/TheKrioKanteen | Facebook/The-Krio-Kanteen | Twitter@TheKrioKanteen | Webwww.theKrioKanteen.com | Email: thekriokanteen@gmail.com | Eventbritehere

It’s only right these guys celebrate Mama Salone (Mother Sierra Leone) on Mother’s Day, so come along and join us for an evening of tasty Sierra Leonean food, live entertainment and the chance to pick up a few goodies too.

We will be serving up two of Sierra Leone’s favourite dishes, with Jollof Rice and Plasas on the menu and what’s more, you’ll also get our Spicy Fish Balls, Pepper soup and sweet Plantain! Both of our mains will be accompanied by an Avocado salad if you wish and dessert will be our special Mango and Caramel Cake with Clotted Cream for good measure. All of this can be washed down with our complimentary Ginger Beer and you can bring your own booze too!!!

Entertainment on the night will include poetry from Abu B. Yillah aka the Black Superhero and Joe Faulkner, exploring their unique understandings and experiences of Sierra Leone. You’ll also have the chance to pick up a fashionable bag or two from the amazing ladies at Mavaa Collection. So if you’d like to experience a new culture in the heart of London, taste some exciting food and meet new people, this is an event not to be missed!!

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Date: Fri 9th March & Fri 16th March | Time: Late evening | Venue: Secret Location in South West London | Insta: /CarineOttou | Facebook: /MatangoSupperClub | Twitter: /OttouCarine | Blog: /CarineOttou | Also checkout: www.inspiringchefs.com | Event info: here

Voici ma souer Mdme Carine Ottou!!! Une bonne cuisinière pleine d’initiative et de compétences. Nombreux Londoniens députés la connaissent et savent que c’est une femme extraordinaire. OK! Back to English; this lady is indeed a Passionate foodie, who’s mission is to share the exotic food of her Homelands (Cameroon and France), one dish at a time. Come and share this exotic experience with her. Expect to savour a 6 secret dishes menu, featuring authentic Cameroonian ingredients, dishes, and techniques, served in exciting new ways. From thought-provoking fusion to innovative plating, this is food which will make you think. You can also expect music and real life picture of Cameroonian life style to transport you to another country.

If you’re interested in a dining experience will take place in South West London in Loughborough Junction – this is the one!  And experience an immersive 3 hours with great food, Afro bits and wonderful life scene of Yaounde and Douala the capitals of Cameroon.

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10) Sample Nigerian Dishes with a Chef



Dates: Thurs 8th, Fri 9th & Weds 21st March 2018| Time: TBC | Venue: Brixton, South London | Hosts: Club Lola London | Insta: /clublolaLDN | Twitter: /ClubLolaLdn | Email: clublolaldn@gmail.com | Event Info: here

Lola is one giving lady dedicated in serving Londoners with a personalised and intimate tour of Brixton before treating them to an African Canapé feast. Lola will take you on a walk to discover Brixton’s African markets and introduce you to the foods of Nigeria. Furthermore; you’ll stop by a wine shop and a craft beer shop where you can choose between a bespoke selection of drinks paired to go with her canapés. You’ll end up back at her home, where you’ll get a chance to taste a traditional drink before enjoying a breadth of Nigerian dishes with a modern twist while you get to know each other – Amazing!

Food is my life and, as such, my life is delicious. I pride myself on making food with amazing flavours without breaking the bank. I have always found so much joy in hosting, and pairing that with food is the ultimate thrill for me. I serve interesting, high-level cooking with none of the fuss and front – I just want to feed people! Come to Club Lola and you’ll leave with a smile on your face and good grub in your belly!

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11) A Taste of West Africa

Date: Thurs 22nd Feb | Time: 3pm – 5pm | Venue: Green Rooms Hotel (Haringey) | Hosts: Abi & Toks | Event info: here

Your home-cooked meal will be created by a supper club enthusiast who will delicately craft a tasty 2 course Nigerian menu. They are so used to relying on just taste and smell and Abi & Toks want to enhance your experience by really engaging your other senses to help you reconnect with food. You’ll be able to interact with the raw food used for cooking and taste, touch, smell, or listen to the sound it may make! The table will be set with traditional Ankara cloth that celebrates the vibrancy of Nigerian food and you can ask our chef any questions you might have.

Expect your taste buds to be delighted by colourful dishes bursting with lavish flavours. “Oya, come chop!”, with other food lovers and feast to your heart’s content because no one leaves our table without a full stomach and heart!

Tokunbo is a passionate chef that hosts amazing supper clubs and was even featured on the BBC! Abi is passionate about connecting with people through events and loves creating immersive experiences to really engage with such an international community.
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12) FAAJI SUNDAYS: Feb 2018 Drunch Fest


Date: Last Sunday in February 2018 & March 2018 | Time: 18:00pm – 23:00pm | Venue: Secret Location | Hosts: Frances & Yinka and the rest of the Faaji Sundays Team | Insta: /FaajiSundays |  Twitter: @Faaji_Sundays & FaceBook: /FaajiSundays | Event info: here

Surprise Surprise; Faaji Sundays has made it to our list yet again. These guys and their almost monthly live event african food pop-up joints mean business indeed!

Introducing Faaji Sundays, a lifestyle brand with one mantra – to positively promote our West African culture through the philosophy of FAAJI – a word which originates from the Yoruba dialect meaning enjoyment.

Every last Sunday of the month between 6pm – 11pm in a secret location, they aim to provide a unique cultural experience and bottomless “Drunch”- including a 4-course menu of West African food with a twist, a live band, old and new African music, and great vibes. *Drunch – An alternative to brunch, late evening boozy dinner, popular in France, and soon to be popular in the UK. London’s first drunch club is finally here.

This inclusive event will also be celebrating different music that have been inspired by our style of music to truly reflect the cultural melting pot in London. Get ready to experience FAAJI. This event is aimed at foodies with a keen interest in music, fashion, travel, culture and anyone who just wants to have a great time.

Your Sunday’s will never be the same again. London’s trendiest drunch event is finally here. London’s best early evening Afro beat party is finally here. Tickets are sold on a first come, first served basis, so avoid disappointment and get your tickets early.

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13) The Afro-Fusion Dinner London


Date: Friday 16th March & Sunday 17th March | Time: 19.30pm | Venue: The London Cooking Project, 1 Ethelburga Street, London SW11 4AG | Insta: /douceursdivoire | FB: /douceursdivoire | Phone: +33 6 66 04 12 92 | Event link: here

Chef Paule-Odile is passionate about creating a dedicated, shared dining experience, combining the ingredients and flavours of Africa with gastronomies from around the world. The unique taste of her creations is born from the fine African cuisine paired with the French touch.

What better way to catch up with family and friends, or bond with colleagues, than over a unique gastronomic dining experience? Join Chef Paule-Odile at this Afrofusion gastronomy, private chef & events catering platform in📍LDN &📍Paris. The Afrofusion Dinner London: on the 16/3/18 & 17/3/18 book your tickets here via Eventbrite

MENU includes:

– 1 welcome drink | A 4 course meal set (1 amuse-bouche- 1 starter – 1 main course -1 dessert) | 2 wine glasses pairing with your dish or homemade non-alcoholic cocktails | Please note that we provide a vegetarian option | Supplements and drinks including cocktails and wines bottles are also available with additional charges.


Enquiries and booking: douceursdivoire@gmail.com

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14) Indie & West Presents: Carnival Cafe! #KitchenTakeover

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Date: Wed March 7th | Time: 7pm – 10pm | Venue: The Peckham Pelican, 92 Peckham Road, London SE15 5PY | Host: Keisha Sakara & Indie & West | Eventbrite: here

Welcome to Indie and West!

Join I&D as they present their ‘Carnival Cafe’ through a series of #KitchenTakeovers across London. Inspired by West Indian history, heritage and culture, with influences from Africa, Spain, China and India, these guys are super excited to bring you the sweet vibes of the Caribbean outside of Notting Hill with authentic tastes, amazing vibes and the best ingredients from all islands.

If you’re ready to EAT, DRINK and LIME with us RSVP and get your ticket today!

To get a feel for what we will be serving on the night, see our fabulous menu below!

Hosted by self taught chef and foodie Keshia Sakarah.

** Please NOTE: When booking tickets you must state you order and any dietary requirements **

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15) Dine at Chef’s Pop-Up African Supper Club


Date: Thursday 15th March and Thursday 19th April 2018 | Time: 15.00 – 17.00pm | Venue: Brixton, South London | Hosts: Club Lola London | Insta: /clublolaLDN | Twitter: /ClubLolaLdn | Email: clublolaldn@gmail.com | Event Info: here

Food is her life and, as such and her life is delicious. These are the words of Lola who is a south London based 
trained chef.  She has always found so much joy in hosting – and pairing this with food is the ultimate thrill for her. With a distinction from Leiths School of Food and Wine under her belt and three years of sold-out events,she is more than equipped to serve up her speciality – interesting, high-level cooking with none of the fuss and front.


She’ll leave you with two things: a smile on your face and some damn good grub. Join her at her Brixton home to experience a pop-up supper club at a chef’s table surrounded by friendly faces and fantastic food. It will be a fun, fuss-free meal, where you’ll bring your own drinks and dine with fellow foodies over four courses in my quirky, arty house.

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Date: Sun, March 25, 2018 | Time: 2:00 PM – 6:00pm | Vneue: London Cooking Project, 1 Ethelburga Street, London SW11 4AG | Site: http://leratofoods.com | Insta: /LeratoFoods | Facebook: /LeratoLovesFood | Twitter: @LeratoFoods | Blog: /LeratoLovesFood | Meetup: /African-Cooking-Class-2018 | Event Info: here

Lerato is back and with a bang again! Join Lerato for an explosion of flavours at her popular Sunday Cooking Classes. I endeavour to visit this woman and try out her cuisine this year by Fire by Force – It’s one of my new year’s goals! Back to the point – Expect bold flavours, a colourful spread and lots of new friends as we eat together on a table in tge true African spirit of sharing!

Join her in her kitchen for a culinary adventure as she shares her secrets to cooking vibrant and sumptuous feasts with seasonal produce inspired by cuisine from Africa and beyond that you can easily recreate at home. This class is plant-based and open to all.


Easter Harvest Supperclub
2nd April 2018, 2pm
Cookery Classes (Permanently in London)
25th March 2018
Vegan African Cookery Class 
29th April 2018
African Brunch Cookery Classes 
More dates available
Tickets links as seen above.

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Date: Every Saturday & Selected Sundays in March 2018 | 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.

Yep LemLem’s Kitchen is open every Saturday from Midday to 5pm. Visit them at Netil Market where they’re open every Saturday and selected Sundays from 11am – 6pm (or until we sell out!) and try out their 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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 18) BAILEYS’ BBQ GRILL (South East London)


Insta: /baileysgrill29 | Email: baileysgrills@gmail.com | Phone: 07951873296

Baileys Grill is back and back with a bang! 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

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Insta: /VitalitySin | FB: /VitalitySin | Email: vitalitysin@gmail.com| Phone: 07470386530 | Eventbrite: here

The only non-African Food Joint to make it to this Food Joint list comes from Vitality Sin.All of their cuisine are freshly home-made, preservative-free and GMO-free. For allergies or any queries, please reach out to us at vitalitysin@gmail.com or via mobile: 07470386530.

This supper club represents a cosy place that will make you want to take a step back from a hectic week to enjoy good company and have great conversations accompanied with our delectable sinful creations.

Over the last decade, the development of specialty coffee has brought new sciences and passion around everything that touch to the new coffee experience: music, design, art, travel and above all food. Today, specialty coffees offers a wide range of taste and aromas available to the coffee lover. So, it sounds more natural and logic to pay more attention to the food ordered.

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Venue: Vivat Bacchus, 4 Hay’s Lane, London Bridge SE1 2HB | Hosts: Vivat Bacchus | FB: /VivatBacchus | Twitter: @Vivat_Bacchus | Insta: /VivatBacchus | Event Info: here

The Vivat Bacchus restaurants, established in Farringdon in 2003 and London Bridge in 2008, are a celebration of rustic, robust food, artisan cheeses and great wines. South African in origin, they are known for the range and quality of our wines, our memorably stocked cheese rooms and a menu using daily sourced, quality seasonal ingredients from highly regarded producers. They feature rare breed meats, grilled to perfection. Come and see their famous big-Bertha charcoal oven at Farringdon! Checkout their South African ‘Wine and Dine’ experience this March 2018. Furthermore; did you know these guys have five of their own Vivat Bacchus label wines. We love them, and we want you to taste them.

Taste the following:

Vivat Bacchus Chenin Blanc 2017
Vivat Bacchus Red Blend 2013
Vivat Bacchus Pinotage 2015
Vivat Bacchus Cabernet Sauvignon 2016
Vivat Bacchus Malbec 2016

Price: £15pp

To book email: londonbridge@vivatbacchus.co.uk or call 020 7234 0891

IMPORTANT INFO: If you wish to be seated with someone who has purchased their tickets separately, please contact us to let us know, otherwise we cannot guarantee that you will be seated together on the night.

What better way to end this event than getting 15% off your bill (valid for both food and wine) if you stay for dinner afterwards.

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Sun April 1st | Time: 19:30 | Venue: Paradise Unbakery59 Chamberlayne Road, London NW10 3ND | Insta: /VeganNigerian | FB: /VeganNigerian | Twitter: @VeganNigerian | YouTube: /c/VeganNigerian | Email: vegannigerian@gmail.com | Event Info: hereIn case March 2018 is to tight for you and you’re already looking forward to April – then check Tomi’s Vengan Nigerian Cuisine joint at Queen’s Park in North West London.

Tomi is a  Nigerian-born chef and writer who founded The Vegan Nigerian, a website to share recipes inspired by traditional and modern Nigerian flavours. I recently launched a vegan Nigerian pop-up restaurant.

On this night; you’ll spend the evening celebrating Nigerian cuisine and culture. First, we’ll discuss the menu and my choice of ingredients, highlighting the different flavors. Then we’ll enjoy dinner, a three-course meal where you’ll experience new tastes and ingredients with each dish. Throughout the evening, we’ll listen to a carefully selected playlist of Nigerian music.
NB: This is a three courses of vegan Nigerian cuisine. Please get in touch with any special dietary requirements.

Queen’s Park is a charming neighbourhood located in North West London. Easily accessible via the Bakerloo line, it is just a few minutes from Paddington station. The cosy dining area in my home is combined with the kitchen, allowing guests to get a close-up look at the meal service and preparation.

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22) International Cuisine Cooking Class: (African) MOROCCAN CUISINE

Date: Wed 28th March 2018 | Time: 18:15 – 20:15pm | Venue:  Prendergast Vale College, Elmira Street, London SE13 7BN | Hosts: Greenwich Pantry | FB: /GreenwichPantry | Twitter: @GreenwichPantry | Email: info@greenwichpantry.com. | Phone: 0794.356.1351 | Eventbrite: here

From French to Asian cooking, our international cookery classes will transport you into a new and exciting world of culinary delights that you can replicate easily at home. Impress your family and friends with your new dishes full of amazing flavours and tastes. Our classes are informative and fun. Everyone gets involved and we enjoy a relaxing meal together or a take home pack. Here’s a hint of the cuisines that are in store over the next few months, just to whet your appetite:


05/05/18 – INDIAN

09/06/18 – TEX MEX


Book now and join the Greenwich Pantry foodie tribe. Sessions can be booked in blocks of three at a discounted rate. Please call or text 0794 3561 351 with your enquiry. You can also email on cookandeat@greenwichpantry.com

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** Outside London **
23) Lerato Presents: Plant Based MOROCCAN COOKERY Class


Date: Sat 10 March 2018 | Time: 19:00 – 22:00pm | Venue: Spencer Court, Spencer Road

Eastbourne BN21 4PD | Site: http://leratofoods.com | Insta: /LeratoFoods | Facebook: /LeratoLovesFood | Twitter: @LeratoFoods | Blog: /LeratoLovesFood | Meetup: /African-Cooking-Class-2018 | Event Info: here

Enjoy passion on your plates as you learn to cook seasonal produce using African inspiration and spices to elevate your meat free meals into spectacular feasts. This class is open to all. 
The full address will be sent upon booking.

What to expect;
On arrival, a welcome glass of my homemade brew of Hibiscus flowers & Elderflower | Our cookery session will start with an introduction to Moroccan spices used in our menu  | Moroccan Spiced Carrot Soup with roasted pumpkin seeds | Vegetable Tagine with Aubergines & Seasonal Produce | Saffron Cous Cous | Master a recipe for a flavourful cous cous with saffron.

Chocolate Coated Almond Stuffed Dates with Moroccan Mint & hibiscus tea to end your sumptuous supper.

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** Seminar **

24) Stigmatising Informal Food Retailers in African Cities

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Date:  Thu 15 March 2018 | Time: 17:30 – 19:00pm | Venue:  Bartlett Development Planning Unit, DPU 101, 34 Tavistock Square, WC1H 9EZ | Insta: /dpu.UCL | FB: /Bartlett-Development-Planning-Unit-UCL | Twitter: @dpu_UCL | Phone: +44 (20) 7679 1111 | Email: dpu@ucl.ac.uk | Event link: here

Recent research on urban food security and poverty in African cities, conducted through the African Centre for Cities, provides convincing evidence of the important role played by informal food retailers. Poor households are highly reliant on this network of suppliers to access affordable and fresh foods in relatively close proximity to their homes.

Yet in most towns and cities informal traders, whether market, street or home based, are stigmatised and marginalised by city governments through planning laws underpinned by visions of modern and world-class cities. Described as ‘filth’ and sources of disease, traders are alternately excluded from good locations and urban infrastructure or promised access to them, depending on political alignments and tactics of vote-banking and clientelism. But the impacts are also felt in terms of food insecurity, poor nutrition and job loss.

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