5-Course Taste Tour of Ghana
In the intimate dining space of our Pop Brixton Restaurant you can experience a 5 course taste tour of recipes from Zoe Adjonyoh's upcoming cookbook - Zoe's Ghana Kitchen. Zoe will give a personal explanation of how each dish has been created and the inspiration behind it. The evening will be an opportunity to sample the best of Ghanian hospitality alongside tastes and sounds from across Ghana whilst making new friends - if you're in the mood we can have a boogie afterwards!
The ticket price includes a Sobolo Gin cocktail on arrival and a large glass of menu matched wine or a Ghanaian beer ...
Please let us know 48 hours in advance of any special dietary requirements
House Rules: Small note: This is a very cosy space with limited storage so if you are able to minimise any extra luggage and bags with you on arrival that would be greatly appreciated.
Zoe Adjonyoh (39) is a writer and cook from South-East London. Starting with a makeshift stall selling peanut (aka groundnut) soup out of her studio flat at the Hackney Wicked Festival in 2010 Zoe has gone on to be included in the Observer Food Magazine 2017 list of rising stars on the food scene hailed as "the standard bearer for West African Cuisine in London". Zoe’s Cookbook ‘Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen’ is published by Octopus and will be available to buy 20th April 2017.
For her most recent project, Adjonyoh has brought her Ghana Kitchen to shipping container community project - Pop Brixton - a long term popup residency which gives the opportunity for Zoe to test her restaurant concept in a fixed space - ‘Chop Bar meets contemporary dining’. It’s the epitome of social, informal, and affordable dining – where guests gather to enjoy Ghanaian classics, notable for their heartiness and spice alongside Zoe’s contemporary inventions. Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen is not just a restaurant – it’s a food event: taking the look and feel of its Ghanaian roots and merging it with a contemporary dining experience.