North and East African food like tagines or Ethiopian injera bread are easy enough to come by in London, but West African food is a damn sight harder. Flying the flag for Ghanaian food, street food traders Spinach and Agushi are normally the go-to people for a decent spicy jollof rice or melon seed-thickened stew, but now they’ve got a bit of competition. During the annual open studios and entertainment event Hackney WickED (September 21-23), Zoe Adjonyoh will be running her Ghanaian pop-up restaurant Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen. Including peanut butter stew with lamb and jollof rice, a three-course sit-down meal with a drink costs £20. There will also be takeaway options.
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