Vegan 4 course menu, welcome cocktail & healthy treats!
You are invited to an evening of delicious Sierra Leonean cuisine, where you can sample some of our family favourites. Expect a warm welcome, a friendly atmosphere and a relaxed ambiance guaranteed to make you feel at home.
To set the scene, you will be greeted with spiced plantain chips and a warm and refreshing complimentary ginger beer (a Sierra Leonean party favourite). This time, our four-course menu is fully vegan and largely gluten-free; showcasing the variety and versatility of common Sierra Leonean dishes.
What’s more, we have teamed up with Hortense, founder of Miss Nang Treats to bring you a free goodie bag of luxury nuts & seeds. Miss Nang Treats come in a range of flavours from Vanilla & Cornish sea salt to Cashew-Beet. Their snacks are fully vegan-friendly and made to be tasty and nutritious.
So, if you are a vegan lover, or even if you’re not, come and join us for a relaxed evening filled with enjoyment of this vibrant cuisine. We look forward to serving you.
Homemade Ginger Beer (Ve) - A favourite at Sierra Leonean parties. Alcoholic beverages can be purchased from the bar
Beans Akara (Ve) - Black-eyed beans fritters served with homemade pepper sauce.
Warm Okra & Roasted Sweet Potato Salad (Ve)
Vibrant colourful salad with a sweet & spicy Scotch Bonnet Vinaigrette dressing.
*Groundnut Stew with Basmati Rice (Ve)
Creamy peanut-based stew cooked with carrots & kale. Served with steamed basmati rice.
**Lemon drizzle Cake - With mango or raspberry sorbet
*Contain nuts/celery ** contains soy/gluten/nuts
Complimentary ginger beer is provided. Additional drinks and can be purchased from the bar. Please also inform us if you have any dietary needs or allergies upon booking.
The venue is within walking distance from several central stations including Liverpool Street and Aldgate East. It is also a short walking distance from Commercial street, which is served by several buses.
Call us - 07749851308, email us - firstname.lastname@example.org or visit: http://myafricanhob.com for more info