SOUL MAKOSSA - A Cameroonian Tasting Feast. June 30th from 6.30pm

SOUL MAKOSSA - A Cameroonian Tasting Feast. June 30th from 6.30pm

35.00

Carine welcomes you to a plethora of culinary experiences in a warm and friendly environment with like-minded ‘foodies’. 

Did you know that in Cameroon MATANGO is a wine produced from palm trees whose fruits are coconuts or palm nuts? It is produced by local people who help promote the conservation of palm trees whilst also providing their households with income. MATANGO is served at very special occasions and by the sharing of this unique wine Cameroonians are saying “welcome, you are our esteemed guest and we are honored to be in your presence!" 

Carine will share with you more insights like this one at her unique Matango supperclubs taken from her extensive wealth of knowledge and experience of food gathered from all around the world. 

You are invited to celebrate Cameroon, Carine's birthplace. For those of you who have never visited or otherwise experienced cuisine from this country, being the most fertile part of Africa, Carine promises that you won't be disappointed. You can expect a taste explosion from the traditional dishes and recipes to a more contemporary take.

Reviving traditional dishes and the cultures associated with them, Carine will be cooking with rare, little-known ingredients such as Cocoyams and Ndole leaves, so be prepared for a few surprises!

Before sharing the meal together with Carine and the rest of the group, you will be taken through the cultural origins and meanings behind the meal and the ingredients used. 

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Date: Sunday, June 30th 2019

Time: 6.30pm - 9pm

Tasting Menu

  •     Cornflour beignet served with red bean stew. 

    • (Corn & Banana puff puff served with its red bean stew).

  •     Sanga.

    • (A humble Vegan and salt free dish made of fresh corn and spinach).

  • Braised gizzard on Skewer served with steamed cassava and a thick peanuts soup.

    • (A thick peanuts soup with some accents of smoked chicken is to die for).

  •     Ndole served with plantain and bobolo.

    • (One of Cameroonian National dishes, cooked with bitter leaves).

  •     Spicy Catfish Pepe Soup.

    • (Dare to try this earthy and spicy fish soup).

  • Roasted tomatoes served on its bed of atieke.

    • (Atieke, also known as Gari is made of a dry fermented cassava crumbs).

  •     Cassava & pineapple Cheesecake, served with a caramelized banana & mango sorbet.

    • (Leaving the best till the end).