So you are an adventurous eater, a foodie now wondering whether you will like other African foods away from the family heritage of say your parents of Nigeria or you have never tried African cooking but you have sampled Indian. Well from Ghanaian street food to Ethiopian restaurants, African food is in London and it’s about to make its mark even bigger and better in November with a number of supper club events. Now this is the best time to try a new cuisine.
Pop Up Africa is an African Inspired Pop-Up events company. The aim of making the African retail and culinary industries more available to a broader audience resulted in the pop up events such as, 'Africa at Spitalfield's,' which after its launch in 2013 has seen stall holders take their brand from the market stall to the shelves of Tesco. Also the newly launched 'African Food and Drink Takeover' as part of Africa Utopia at the Southbank Centre.
Discovering African Cuisine in the Digital World
Regaining African cuisine's heritage with technology is what this event is all about. Technology makes food discovery easier than ever, yet still most ethnic cuisines remain relatively unknown. Why is ethnic food’s cultural heritage so poorly claimed? What if we celebrate how technology is putting ethnic cuisine on the move?