The launch of the first Jamaican Supperclub to join the London Supperclub scene. We will be offering an array of authentic Jamaican dishes ( the way mamma used to cook it) including well known dishes such as jerk chicken and rice and beans but in the coming months will also be offering some of the less known dishes such as run dung and duckunoo.
The first event will feature the following menu:
Fish fritters ( a mouthwatering crispy on the outside, soft on the inside fritters made with cod and a mixture of Jamaican spices).
Jamaican fried dumpling served with Ackee and salt fish (the national dish of Jamaica which is a super tasy Jamaican vegetable cooked with cod and a mixture of Jamaican herbs and spices)
Bammy ( savoury cassava cake made from dried cassava and fried to a crispy golden texture)
Brown stew oxtail with carrots and spinners (A rustic stew of oxtail cooked with a selection of fresh herbs and mild caribbean spices, eaten with rice and peas).
Jamaican Jerk chicken
(A tasty oven baked dish made of succullent chicken pieces marinated for 24 hours in a homemade Jamaicn jerk sauce)
Spicy Curried goat
( a mild- medium spicy curried dish made with bite sized pieces of goat meet and a selection of fresh herbs and spices.)
Rice and peas
(mouth watering fluffy basmati rice cooked with freshly squeezed coconut milk, herbs and red kidney beans)
Fried ripe plantain ( a popular Jamaican side dish which accompanies many Carribean meals)
Washed down with a Jamaican pineapple punch
Jamaican rum cake
Jamaican style hot chocolate.
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13 Jun 12 by Going With My Gut
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the food was wonderful everything was beatifully created well presented and tasted superb
Wow, sums up the whole evening! from start to finish it was a perfect meal & venue. The courses kept coming & it was all so yummy you could not refuse. The hot chocolate was fabulous. Thank you Lisa & all your assistants for making it a lovely evening. I look forward to the next.
This was my first supperclub experience and it will definitely be one to remember. Thanks to beautiful weather, we had our dinner by the river while the jerk chicken and pork belly ( which was a surprise addition to the menu) bbqed. The food was delicious and very authentic. Oxtail stew, goat curry and lemon rum cake were my favorites. We finished off with Jamaican hot chocolate which was very yummy, After eating non stop for 2.5 hours, we were all extremely full! I will definitely go back to eat more of Lisa's food! Thanks Lisa!
it was just fabulous, the food, the people Lisa and everyone else made us feel welcome.
The fabulous set up on the river..
it was amazing!
We had an absolutely wonderful time last night at Lisa's Jamaican Kitchen. The setting was fantastic- we dined al fresco on a lovely terrace over looking the river.As we made our way towards our table we were greeted by the fantastic aroma of barbq jerk chicken and pork,done in a barbq drum mind you and we knew we were in for a real treat.We started with delicious fish friters, bread, salt fish ackee and cassava chips. Next came goat curry with rice and peas. The goat curry was falvoursome,aromatic and tender- the meat just dropped off the bone! This was followed by an oxtail stew that was sweet and delicious, with none of the greasiness you can sometimes get with oxtail. The highlight of the meal was the barbq jerk pork and chicken which was spicy, smoky and extremely more-ish- I'd never had authentic jerk chicken before and was really excited about trying Lisa's home made version. Was not dissappointed! The perfect ending to the meal (although we were pretty stuffed by now) was Lisa's delicious rum punch!(DEFINITELY getting the recipe for christmas!) :) By this time we were pretty stuffed but couldn't say no to some gorgeous jamaican hot chocolate and rum infused toffee cake. Lisa and her team certainly pulled out all the stops at this debut supperclub and it did not dissappoint! Our only advise is go very hungry and be prepared for some serious Jamaican feasting!
Thanks Lisa for an unforgettable evening by the Thames - the location and the weather were just perfect but the food was sensational - a particular favourite was the goats curry and rice -
there was also enough food that no-one had to go hungry - keep up the good work!
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