Zoe's Ghana Kitchen

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Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen is more than just a ‘pop-up’ restaurant which creates a look and feel from its Ghanaian roots that we merge with a contemporary dining experience. Home spun, home cooked food. Always fun, always relaxed and always tasty…

Born from creating a ‘pop-up’ Ghanaian restaurant in my live/workspace in Hackney Wick in the summer of 2011 as part of Hackney Wicked Arts Festival, Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen has grown with popular demand.

We cater for private functions, install our ‘pop-up’ experience across the UK and Europe, run Supper Clubs, serve up Street Food at various Festivals and street events and run Cookery Classes! 

MENU: Haute Ghanaian Cuisine, bringing a taste of Africa to hungry people

It's Ghana Be Tasty!

 


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Experiences

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Zoe's Ghana Kitchen has a new home for a monthly night as of Dec 1st and we'll be celebrating in style with winter warming Ghana goodness.

The cosy, intimate Carlton Cafe in Hackney Wick is where... Read more

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We're Ghana get festive and introduce you to a Ghanian style Christmas feast - so if your looking for something different to do and have had enough mince pies and prawn cocktail at all your Chirstmas... Read more

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You can grab a late lunch or early dinner @ Ghana Kitchen with a Tasty 2 course menu

Saturday April 6th @ 2pm - 5pm, Studio Gi, Enterprise House, 2 Tudor Grove

£15 Meat Menu / £13 Veggie Menu... Read more

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You can grab a late lunch or early dinner @ Ghana Kitchen with a Tasty 2 course menu

Saturday April 6th @ 2pm - 5pm, Studio Gi, Enterprise House, 2 Tudor Grove

£15 Meat Menu / £13 Veggie Menu... Read more

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Join us for a Ghanalicious Spring Feast,
Saturday 4th May @ Studio Gi

Lunch from 1pm-3pm
... Read more

PopUp Challenge

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We are very proud to be part of PipsDish and We Are Pop Up’s PopUp Challege

Join us on Friday 24th as we compete with London’s best pop-ups to take the crown back to Ghana town…

We’re Ghana bring... Read more

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As part of Nose to Tail fortnight we're Ghana celebrate the underrated and tastiest cuts that get left on the butcher's block - We go Belly Up with Slow Roasted Pork Belly and Plantain stew, Cornbeef... Read more

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Zoe's Ghana Kitchen presents: Fanti Flavours - Grandma Ce Cee's Menu

After three weeks touring Ghana on a culinary crusade I'm bringing back the best of Fanti for you - straight from Grandma Ce... Read more

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Tuesday Oct 8th @ THE YARD THEATRE, QUEENS YARD, HACKNEY WICK, E9 5EN

Choose from our daily a la carte menu or pre-book a special 3 course set menu
that includes one of our new range of ZGK... Read more

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Join us as we take you on a taste tour of Ghana - we'll be presenting
traditional dishes from different regions alongside contemporary re-workings
of old recipes and ingredients with a Ghanaian... Read more

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We will take you on an intimate taste tour of my favourite Ghanaian flavours
and teach you how to make:

Black Eye Bean Fritters (V)
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With only 6 spaces per lesson - I will take you on an intimate and personal
taste tour of my favourite Ghanaian flavours and teach you how to make:

Mini Mashed Yam Balls in a Golden Gari Crust(V)
... Read more

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We'll be running a special street food edition where we walk you through our
popular Festival and Street food Chop Bar menu

Slow Cooked Lamb Palaver with Spinach & Agushi
... Read more

Contact

Website: www.zoesghanakitchen.co.uk

Email: ghanakitchen@gmail.com

Facebook: Facebook page

Twitter: @Ghanakitchen

Reviews

Newington Scene • Zoe's Ghana Kitchen

02 Jan 15 by Newington Scene

Newington Scene • Zoe's Ghana Kitchen

20 May 13 by Newington Scene

Educational and de-lish-oss

Rating: 10

Nonny attended GHANA GET TASTY - STREETFOOD COOKERY CLASS in January 2015, reviewed on 13 February 2015

Attended courtesy of a thoughtful Christmas present to learn how to cook some of the dishes I grew up with and had a really lovely experience. The atmosphere was intimate and relaxed, the instructions were simple and easy to follow, the booze was plentiful and appreciated and, most importantly, the food was delicious! Whether you’re familiar with Ghanaian food or not I’d highly recommend this class.

An intimate affair

Rating: 10

rb2 attended GHANA GET TASTY - COOKERY CLASS in November 2014, reviewed on 12 November 2014

We booked to go on the cookery class to perfect some dishes that we already make/know of.
Loved the fact that it's an intimate environment and you have a very personalised experience. With not being a big cook myself, I can say I thoroughly enjoyed the evening of prep, cooking, eating and mingling. Thanks Zoe and co!