This Meet Up is for food lovers looking to try African and Caribbean food over interesting conversations, good food and warm ambience. African Cuisine is diverse, rich, colourful and flavoursome and we will be having dinner dates (or lunch!) at different African food restaurants, supper clubs and pop-up shops scattered across the streets of London.
We will meet up at restaurants and supper clubs and other food events in our quest to savour the diverse dishes from the Africa and the Caribbean across the UK.
You can also download the Exoticafood App from the Exoticafood website (http://www.exoticafood.com) to discover, explore and share your love of African, Caribbean and Brazilian foods.
Yorkshire born, Jamaican Heritage, Angella began cooking at the tender age of 8 and by 13 was cooking traditional Jamaican Sunday Dinner’s for her family.
Combining an MA in Criminology with Caribbean Food and Culture, Angella explores relationships in the workplace through Team Building in addition to providing Contemporary Fine Dining in the comfort her client's homes.
Angella brings her story and a taste of the Caribbean to Tara Arts, where two members of the audience will WIN a chance to help in Angella’s Kitchen.
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• What we'll do
Kicking off Summer, Pop Up Africa returns to Spitalfields E1 on Bank Holiday Monday 27th May 2019 to host Africa at Spitalfields, London's biggest Africa inspired retail experience. Africa at Spitalfields offers city dwellers the chance to experience (and purchase a bit of) Africa via stalls of produce and cuisine from all corners of the continent, including everything from art, literature, clothing, handcrafted dolls, instruments and interior décor.
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I hope lots of you can come as it was a great chance last year for many of us to meet and enjoy some African street food while listening to great contemporary African music. last year we all had a great time.
• What to bring
Both a good appetite as there will be a very good selection of African food stalls and maybe money to buy some of the great African products that will be on sale.
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