I spent last friday evening at little Baobab, a Senegalese pop up Supperclub with live music at London’s lower Clapton. This was one of the finest evening have had in London for a while. For 30 pounds you get 3 courses, cocktails and 2 live performances. The venue was very intimate and the atmosphere was very chilled. There were lots of people with friends and dates. It was also nice meeting the blogging couple Hey ! Dip Your Toes in . Thanks for recommending the pop up on twitter guys.
Here are a few of the evening’s pictures and videos.
|A nice welcome and the door|
|I love this place’s decor|
We had starters such as fataya’s , Senegalese samosas served with home made chilli sauce
Live performance 1:Kadialy Kouyate
We had 2 mains, one of which was a Jollof rice dish with Seabass called Thieboudienne. The Jollof was slightly different to Nigerian Jollof in that it was accompanied by carrots , aubergines , yam and okra. The dish was pretty tasty actually..and this is coming from a Nigerian Jollof rice disciple.
|Sea bass and rice casserole yam, carrot , okra and aubergine|
We also had a lamb peanut stew with vegetables , rice and salad called Mafe. I thought the dish was okay, however it needed a little bit of chilli to give it a kick. They give you some home made chilli sauce and mixing that into it gives the dish that lift.
|Lamb peanut stew with rice|
A slice of jaffa cakes and sorbet as a nice refreshing end to the mains.
|Jaffa cakes and sorbet|
Live performance 2: Kasai Masai
There goes our evening at Little Baobab. Compliments to the Khadim the chef and Suzie , one of the evenings host. I defintely plan to come back again with a few more friends as the experience was worth every penny.