Lerato's Wild African Supper Club
66-67 North Road
Join us on Friday 21st April as we celebrate spring with an explosion of flavours inspired by the true African tradition of sharing.
At our monthly supper clubs we feast on a selection of sumptuous dishes cooked with traditional African foods and spices complemented by seasonal British produce as seen in my food columns and recipes contributed on the Guardian Nigeria & the BBC.
The menu for our evening is plant based and incredibly sumptuous, deeply inspired by African culture and traditions.
Expect bold and vibrant flavours; sweet plantains cooked in many different ways - as fritters, pies, stews and in desserts, our popular steamed black eyed bean pudding, roasted red pepper sauce, the braised kale – another popular dish on the menu and our chocolate and hibiscus flower desserts amongst other sumptuous plates.
A wonderful opportunity to meet different people and to be inspired by unique experiences. We share food as friends and I always look forward to bringing more wonderful people together to share this great passion. Families, friends and lots of people come alone and leave with newly found friendships.
There is limited seating, so book early or join our waiting list to be the first to know of new events. I look forward to sharing this wonderful experience with you.
Spring Suya with Chicory, Mixed Peppers & Kale.
Suya is a wonderful spice mix originating from the Hausa people of West Africa. My homemade mix is full of aromatics and wonderful African spices.
A sumptuous feast inspired by the popular West African jollof. Theses wonderful grains are cooked in a blend of tomatoes, peppers and African spices.
Moin moin - Black Eyed Bean Pudding
A sumptuous black eyed bean pudding, typically steamed and a favourite at our supper club.
Roasted Plantains with Braised Kale, Mixed Peppers
A favourite and a staple on our menu
Banana fritters, Hibiscus & Coconut Sugar, Spiced Chocolate Sauce
(with fair-trade West African cocoa)
Akara is a West African black-eyed bean fritter, much loved in Brazil and everywhere that West Africans have settled. This banana Akara is a sweet twist on this treat.
Date: Friday, 21st April 2017
Times: 7.00pm – 9.30pm
Address: MADE, 66/67 North Road, Brighton. BN1 1YD
Price: £30 (selection of 5 sharing plates)
* Limited seats available
What's been said about our events...
"Thank you for organising a lovely evening with really tasty food!! I really enjoyed the spices, flavours and great company...Look forward to more dinners!" - Manuela
"A wonderful evening. Great to try a different range of foods and flavours. So lovely and accommodating - catering to my every vegan need! And with a great bunch of ladies for company what more could I ask for. I look forward to booking on to future events by Lerato as soon as possible!" - Emma
"What a lovely evening! good venue; lovely people and interesting food, just what was needed for a cold November evening..." - Amber
"Fantastic! Thoroughly enjoy last night and it's good to show case some African cuisine to non Africans. Keep up your good work." - Elizabeth
Advance booking essential. Drinks are available to purchase at the venue. Our feast will be served at 7.30pm. Please arrive between 7pm & 7.20pm so you don't miss joining us from the start. The menu can be changed due to seasonal availability. Feel free to discuss your dietary needs with me and I will ensure you are well taken care of.