Brighton & Sussex Supper Club

Join us for an explosion of flavour at our heartwarming African feasts in Brighton and Sussex area.

I create a wonderful marriage of cuisines, inspired by my African upbringing, with global influences as seen in my food column in the Guardian Nigeria, and recipes contributed to the BBC. The menu is full of indulgence and a celebration of African provenance and also lovely local British produce, cooked with wondrous spices. In true African spirit, we feast on sharing plates at the center of the table. The menu always changes with the season. I will share the final menu a few days before our event.Vegetarians and vegans are most welcome as this is a feast for all. If we are sold out and you will like to be on the waiting list for the next supper club, please fill out the form below. I look forward to sharing this adventure with you all and creating new traditions through our shared love for great food. Book your tickets soon as limited spaces are available. See you at the table.

Lerato. x

LERATO’S WILD AFRICAN SUPPER CLUB  

Friday 21st April, 7pm

VENUE: MADE BRIGHTON, 66 North Road, BN1

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If you have missed an event, please join our waiting list to be the first on the table at future events.

SPRING MENU

Spring Suya with Chicory, Mixed Peppers & Kale
Suya is a wonderful spice mix originating from the Hausa people of West Africa. My homemade mix is full of aromatics and wonderful African spices.

Quinoa Jollof
A sumptuous feast inspired by the popular West African jollof. These wonderful grains are cooked in a blend of tomatoes, peppers and African spices.

Moin moin – Black Eyed Bean Pudding
A sumptuous black eyed bean pudding, typically steamed and a favourite at our supper club.

Roasted Plantains with Braised Kale, Mixed Peppers
A favourite and a staple on our menu

Banana ‘Akara’

Banana fritters, Hibiscus & Coconut Sugar, Spiced Chocolate Sauce
(with fair-trade West African cocoa)
Akara is a West African black-eyed bean fritter, much loved in Brazil and everywhere that West Africans have settled. This banana Akara is a sweet twist on this treat.

Please specify special dietary requests. The menu can be changed due to seasonal availability.
Drinks are available to purchase at the venue.

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