Zoe Adjonyoh, prominent popup chef and founder of Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen, has opened her first fixed restaurant space in a continuing mission to make Ghanaian food accessible to a wider audience. Zoe’s cosy new restaurant offers a selection of her most popular dishes showcasing her contemporary twist on traditional Ghanaian flavours introduced to her by her Ghanaian father growing up.
You can sample Zoe's famous spicy peanut sauce with Lamb Cutlets, slow cooked veggie bean stew (Red Red) and the irresistible Jollof Spiced Fried Chicken which has taken Brixton by storm along with the Ghanaian staples of Jollof Rice - Caramelised Chunky Plantain Chips and weekly specials that give a real taste of home cooked Ghanaian food.
Zoe first took the London street food scene by storm five years ago, when her homespun adaptation of West African groundnut stew became a sell-out success at Hackney Wicked Arts Festival. A well-established popup chef, Zoe has since served her widely-acclaimed modern interpretation of classic Ghanaian flavours at supperclubs, residencies with event catering and festivals right across the UK and Europe.
Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen is not just a restaurant - it’s a food event: creating a look and feel from its Ghanaian roots that merges with a contemporary dining experience. Always relaxed, always fun, always tasty! Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week.
Please call 07494 746907 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a table.