Ikoyi London has now secured a permanent home in London! Their journey started with Pop-ups and Supper Clubs 18 months ago with their Jollof Cuisine; Originally from “Jollof Rice”, the origins of this West African culinary term are the centre of much debate, as each culture has its own version. From Senegal to Nigeria, every cuisine…

The Chopstreets App is your guide to African and Caribbean food in London You can search for great places to enjoy delicious food from the African Continent and the Caribbean Islands here in London. What’s more, it tells you the country of origin so you know the exact type of African food you are eating! Soon,…

There’s nothing quite like the freedom of eating as much as you like! Esquire Bar and Grill launches African grill buffet beginning on the 16th of July 2016 and every Saturday after that. The buffet menu changes every week and you can wash it all down with your favourite cocktails / mocktails from the bar. Cost: £20 Time:…

When you see Pounded Yam, Egusi Soup (made from melon seeds), Efo Riro (Vegetable soup) Goat Meat Pepper Soup, Shredded Beef, Palm Wine and Meat Pie on a Nigerian menu, then be prepared for a feast. We ate to our satisfaction on 23rd April 2016 at Tokunbo’s Kitchen. After the successful launch of her inaugural…

There is no stopping the rise of African cuisine in London as siblings duo, Chukus London, better known as the Nigerian tapas lounge take up a month long summer residency from 3rd June to 1st July, every Thursday and Friday evening at The Canvas: Cafe and Creative Venue, Shoreditch. This is also their first residency and you…