Come CHAM and feast on mouthwatering Sierra Leonean and Liberian dishes!! Once a month Nim's Din. hosts a supper club sharing and embracing the delights in the food I (Nims) have grown up eating, and watching my Mama and Aunts cook over the year, with some dishes having a little western spin on them! The Whole Hog This monthly supper clubs gives the guests the opportunity to taste a variety of delicious food and drinks from the West African countries of Liberia and Sierra Leone. You'll have the opportunity to discover how the dishes are prepared, the meaning behind the name of the dishes and the tradition around when and why some dishes are served at a meal or gathering in Salone and Liberia, along with a modern and western take on some dishes. And you get the chance to meet the legendary Mama Saga! xx P.s The proceeds from some of the supper clubs are donated to an Ebola charity. P.p.s Check you out Nim's Din. blog (nimsdin.com) for recipes and to be kept up to date on upcoming supper clubs and events.
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What hosts are saying about Nimatu
Home made ginger beer to start the evening. Lovely intimate setting. We enjoyed each others company. I didn't know any of the other guests. Nims served a four course meal giving us an explanation of each dish. We all liked the hot pepper soup which was welcome on a cold February night. The mains was a very new combination of bitter leaves, fufu and ribs in stout. So the chef has imagination. Pushing the boundaries, taking a chance on traditional recipes can be risky but it worked. Thanks for a wonderful evening.
lordy me that was good! i've been around trying out lots of different food for MANY years and it was a delight to try flavours i've never had before - it was a real adventure ride for taste buds! From the first warm welcome from Nims and her fabulous mum to the last scraping off the plate of the fabulous lime cheesecake with peanut and groundrice base (oooh my word!) it was a delight - we were lucky to share the table with the loveliest guests and basically a completely fab night. I think Nims will go far -way at the forefront of looking at new twists on regional African food. Nims i will be seeing you at your market stall very soon - we already started on your sauce for breakfast - i think its the best new sauce i've had in decades!! (please say you sell it at the stall - i may need to buy 10 of them! Thanks so much
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