Join Ethiopian Chef Nazareth for an authentic Ethiopian Vegan Supper Club in January. Nazareth will take you on a culinary journey through Ethiopian classics and traditions - in one of London's oldest food markets.
Why we love this experience
Enjoy an Ethiopian 3-course vegan feast, packed with powerful flavours that you may have never tried before
All produce is locally sourced from the food market
Dinner will be followed by a traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony that involves roasting the raw green coffee beans, brewing the coffee in special clay jugs and a mouth-watering dessert
The supper club will take place in Shepherd's Bush Food Market - one of London's oldest food markets
Guests are welcome to BYOB!
See the menu
Starter Kategna - fermented flat bread crisp served with shiro Delina signature, warm spiced grounded chickpea dip
Main Course Spiced lentils, chia seeds and teff protein loaf, seved with Beyaynetu - vegan combination platter and fermented flat bread
Spicy lentils, cooked in onion, berbere spices
Kik yellow mild split peas, turmeric, garlic and ginger
Tasty greens, spinach and kale
Braised beetroot and red onion
Cabbage and carrot with turmeric and ginger
Dessert & Coffee Ceremony Followed by a coffee ceremony that involves roasting the raw green coffee beans, brewing the coffee in special clay jugs and traditional dessert
What to expect
Super nice, I warmly recommend it! Nazareth was very welcoming and friendly and we had a lovely cooking class together
Fun experience, unpretentious instructor, food was brilliant.
Lovely brunch! Great food and very friendly!! We had a great time, thank you so much :)
Nazareth and her team seemed not to know we had booked the brunch. There was a problem of organisation, but Nazareth didn't apologise for making us wait for quite a long time. She asked a staff member to prepare the coffee and we had no information. We were served food one hour later. The food was really good, communication wasn't basically. Had we known we would just be eating, without information sharing, we'd probably just have gone to an Ethiopian restaurant closer to home. The place and food are great though, Nazareth seems to be a very kind person, who was just too busy on that day - bad luck really.