One to watch: Jason’s Little Kitchen

There are some cuisines that are at the core of London’s culinary scene: unfortunately, West African food is not one of them. Not yet, anyway. Jason’s Little Kitchen, a supperclub devoted to Ghanaian cuisine, is on a mission to change that. The main man himself invited me to one of his events recently, where guests were served a traditional dinner – crunchy plantain with a side of spicy ‘shito’ (a fishy, pepper-y condiment); well-seasoned ‘jellof’ (tomato-fried) rice; succulent chicken breast; and grilled pineapple with a dollop of cream and a smudge of chocolate. Add to that a beautiful venue, good wine and lovely company, and it was wonderful night. He’s got more events planned this year, so to find out more, visit www.jasonslittlekitchen.co.uk. Check out a few pics from the evening below:

Jason's Little Kitchen

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