Join Jason’s Little Kitchen as they celebrate Ghana’s 59th independence and also Mother’s day!
Treat your mum, grandma, auntie, sister, cousin or anyone who acts as a mother figure to you to a lovely West African meal that’s sure to put a smile on their face, and lets them know you’re grateful for all the things she does for you.
Also as it is Ghana independence the people at Jason’s Little Kitchen have chosen to go back to the classic meal of kelewele for the starters and jollof rice and chicken for the mains.
For dessert they have beautiful roasted pineapple accompanied by sorbet to end your meal nicely.
Your glass of wine will be provide by Edgmond Wines, and will be a special white wine called Patatsfontein Chenin Blanc, which has a faint hint of spice and white peach – something that will surely go down a treat with your meal for the evening.
Date: Sunday March 6th
Address: The Chancery Restaurant, 9 Cursitor St, London EC4A 1LL
Time: 6pm – 9pm
– Kelewele & Hot Pepper Sauce –
Fried plantain cut into small cubes, marinated in a variety of spices and then cooked until caramelised and served with a special hot pepper sauce.
– Jollof Rice with Grass Fed Chicken –
Basmati rice slowly cooked through a tomato stew mixed with red & yellow peppers, bay leaves and onions.
– Roasted Pineapple & Sorbet –
Slowy baked to bring out the sweet flavours of the pineapple, served with a sorbet to add a soothing taste
– Patatsfontein Chenin Blanc –
supplied by independent wine merchant Edgmond Wines.
This Lovely white wine with a faint hint of spice and white peach, will complement the meal wonderfully.
Tickets are available from www.jasonslittlekitchen.co.uk