What is Grub Club? Grub Club curates the best Pop Ups and Supper Clubs in London. Chefs try out their latest creations on a curious set of foodies. Here are upcoming African supper club grubclub.com events. Meet new people and dine in exciting new spaces while discovering the best African foods the continent has to offer.
Zoe's Ghana Kitchen Modern African Cuisine
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From Morroco to Mali, African Cuisine is as rich and diverse as the continent itself. With every chef specialising in a different field, you’re guaranteed to expect something fantastic every evening! Grub Club dinner parties are hosted by passionate chefs all over London! Twitter @grub_club Pop-up Restaurants and Supper Clubs in London.
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Who Is Zoe Adjonyoh?
Chef, entrepreneur, and cookbook author. London has an exciting talented young chef Zoe Adjonyoh. By creating the brand Zoe's Ghana Kitchen Zoe has set up catering at events and at venues in both London and Berlin offering modern African cuisine. Always looking to develop new recipes she has a clear focus on breaking new ground by showcasing her Ghanaian heritage with modern UK culinary menus ideas which will enhance the dining experience of her food loving customers.
Prime Location In South London
New restaurant @ Pop Brixton:
Zoe's Ghana Kitchen
Unit 36 49 Brixton Station Road
The following bus stops are available nearby:
B (Stockwell Road) for Peckham (345), Tooting (333), Crystal Palace (322) and Norwood (2 and 196)
D (Brixton Road) for Marble Arch (159) Oxford Circus (109), Piccadilly (3) and King’s Cross (59)
E (Brixton Road) to Liverpool Street station (133) and Old Ken Road (415)
F (Brixton Road) for Tulse Hill (415), Mitcham and Bromley (355), Crystal Palace (3)
G (Brixton Road) to Streatham (59 and159 and 133), Croydon (109) and Morden (118)
The nearest Overground train station is Brixton railway station on Atlantic Road (via staircases). It’s on the Chatham main line (London Victoria to Orpington), operated by Southeastern trains and typically has trains running every 15 minutes in both directions during operational hours – but it’s always best to check running times before you travel.
We’ve got plenty of bike racks nearby, including Bellefields Road, Stockwell Road and on the local high street
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