Diasporian News of Thursday, 18 April 2013
Source: Ama Yeboah
Zoe's Ghana Kitchen, one of London's hottest new Ghanaian food joints, has announced its spring feast on 4 May 2013 at Studio Gi in Hackney Wick, London.
Born from creating a ‘pop-up’ Ghanaian restaurant at the owner's live/workspace in Hackney Wick in the summer of 2010 as part of Hackney Wicked Arts Festival, Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen has grown with popular demand.
Join them for a Ghanalicious Spring Feast, Saturday 4th May @ Studio Gi.
For more details click here and see menu below:
Dinner from 8pm-11pm
Each menu includes a LARGE Ghana PUNCH
Early Bird prices for Set Menu - Meat (£25) Fish (£25) Veggie (£22)
Gari Foto w/ Plantain Salad Imoyo (V)
Gari is a cassava grain that absorbs flavours much like couscous or polenta – here we mix it with Kabu’s Tomato Sauce with shredded mixed vegetables, garnished with a plantain and green bell pepper salad in a toasted cumin and lime dressing
Gari Foto w/ Crispy King Prawns and Scotch Bonnet Salsa (M)
Gari is a cassava grain that absorbs flavours much like couscous or polenta – here we mix it with Kabu’s Tomato Sauce with Crispy King Prawns and a side of spicy scotch bonnet salsa
Kyenam froe - Fanti Fish Stew (F)
Though shalt have a fishy… Lightly fried red snapper fillets in a rich and spicy curried tomato sauce served with Kenkey and hot hot Shito sauce
Jollof Rice with Goat (M)
The goat is tenderised and marinated in thyme, ginger, chillies, coriander and cinnamon then added to rice cooked in tomato sauce with a side of sweet fried plantain
Aboboi – Bambara Bean Stew (V)
Bamabara beans slow cooked in thyme, ginger, scotch bonnet and garlic, served with kenkey and plantain
Peanut brittle with vanilla ice-cream and a chin-chin dusting!
AND ALOMO SHOTS ALL ROUND!
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