Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen
When? May 29, 2015
What is it? The first fixed restaurant space by prominent popup chef Zoe Adjonyoh, offering a selection of her most popular dishes showcasing Zoe’s contemporary twist on traditional Ghanaian flavours
Who’s behind it? Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen founder Zoe Adjonyoh, who first took the London streetfood scene by storm four years ago when her homespun adaptation of West African peanut butter stew became a sell-out success at Hackney Wick Arts Festival.
A well-established popup chef, Zoe has since served her widely-acclaimed modern interpretation of classic Ghanaian flavours at supperclubs, residencies (most recently The King & Co pub in Clapham), festivals right across the UK and in Europe (including Camp Bestival & Bestival with The Feast Collective, and the Decisive Action Arts Festival in Russia). The new fixed dining site for Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen in Brixton is the exciting next stage in Zoe’s mission to make authentic Ghanaian food accessible to a wider audience.
Size? A cosy dining space with 12 seats indoors (plus outdoor deck) – takeaway also available.
What’s on the Menu? Zoe’s contemporary twist on classic Ghanaian flavours – popular dishes include Zoe’s jollof spiced fried chicken and jollof rice, red red spiced bean stew with plantain, griddled lamb cutlets with spiced peanut sauce, kelewele caramelised chips, and okra tempura fries.
Bookings? No reservations – contact Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen for private hire / party details
Trading Hours:Sunday and Monday: 12pm – 10pm (kitchen closes at 9pm). Tuesday to Saturday: 12pm – 11pm (kitchen closes at 11pm).