If you’ve not heard about the African food revolution currently taking over the food industry, where have you been?

We are big supporters of the amazing talents of chefs majoring in food from across the continent, like Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen, Jason’s Little Kitchen and My African Hob.Taking the movement up a couple of notches, is the launch of Africa Food Week, London, an event with the aim of celebrating the African food experience in London and exploring the role of technology in the discovery, branding and development of African food businesses.

Cuisine from the Motherland in the spotlight at Africa Food Week LondonBetween 20-24 March 2018, a packed programme of panel discussions, pop-up dining experiences and opportunities to take part in food business pitches, will be taking place at the Impact Hub in London’s Kings Cross. If you are a foodie specialising in African cuisine, this is the place to be.

Below is a schedule of events

Cuisine from the Motherland in the spotlight at Africa Food Week London

Tuesday 20 March: 

Panel Discussion: Creating Incredible African Dining Experiences

The discussion will explore African dining experiences in the London area. | Register


Wednesday 21 March:

Masterclass with Chef Mick Élysée

Masterclass with renowned Congolese chef, Chef Mick Élysée. Features live cooking demo, 3-course meal, and book-signing of his latest book, Not Guilty.  Register


Thursday 22 March: 

Pop Up Dinner & Live Music with Little Baobab

A 3-course traditional Senegalese menu, live music and a dialogue with Chef Khadim. One beverage included in ticket price. Cash bar available. Register


Friday 23 March: 

Three hands-on workshops covering branding, food styling and photography. Register

Five finalists will pitch their African food businesses to a panel of judges and live audience. | Register


Saturday 24 March: 

Afro-inspired Brunch with Waakye Leaf

An intimate Afro-fusion brunch featuring West African favorites, plus dialogue with founder & head chef, Edwina Morgan. Register


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