Along the way there will be many people who wish to start up an African or Caribbean supperclub with a long term vision of creating a restaurant business. Here is a Question and Answer from an inspiring entrepreneur let's called her Terry with such an vision, although the vision has yet to be realised. Turning ideas into businesses is hard work requiring detailed planning and, because we’re not turning good plans into action, there’s no one to pave the way for the next generation behind us.
A Quiet Food And Drinks Revolution
African foodie lovers now have a drink of taste to sample with their African meals Baobab Bouye and Hibiscus Wonjo which comes from independent producer of exotic, healthy bottled drinks Eliza Jones her company is Chosan.
All we can say is that this is good news for those of us who are hungry for all thing to do with African culture, food and drink. Here we spoke to Eliza about the Chosan entrepreneurial venture...
A new wave in African cuisine is slowly but surely manoeuvring itself into London’s foodie scene. From Ghanaian street food to Ethiopian restaurants, African food is here and it’s about to make its mark even bigger and better.
A quiet food revolution which began with Spinach and Agushi, Eat Jollof London and Zoe's Ghana Kitchen has continued with Chalé! Let’s Eat, Chuku's Nigerian-inspired tapas lounge and now foodie lovers have been given Jasons Little Kitchen.