We love Yummy Choo, she introduced us to Mauritian food and if we were rich we’d invest in a Taste Mauritius restaurant and probably eat there most days. Yummy Choo was also one of our first ever Pop Up Interviews, for what was then London Life UK and it’s not just us that have gone through a name change since then, as it’s now called ‘Taste Mauritius, by Yummy Choo’. Sadly we’ve not had the pleasure of Selina’s cooking recently, the last time being at the excellent The Flavour Expats Pop Up Series, run by the amazing Backdoor Kitchen.
Oh and it’s also not just us who loves the food Selina creates, as there’s always a massive demand for her Pop Ups. So we recommend not really reading the rest of this and just clicking the link to buy tickets at the bottom.
Taste Mauritius promises an evening of sunshine fusion cuisine at Balham’s Nightingale Cafe and promises to transport you to the beaches of Mauritius from Balham. Join them for a tropical evening, with some sega music in the background to the set the mood, delicious punch, authentic Mauritian food and decadent desserts!
When: Saturday 20th September 2014, 7.30pm till 11pm
Featuring an Edible Line Up:
Exotic Rum Punch (with Mauritian rum of course…)
A Trio of Gajack Starters
Cari Poulet + Vindaye
Indulgent tropical dessert
£30 OR £32 (with a bottle of Mauritian Phoenix Beer) please select tickets using the booking link below, full payment upon booking to secure your place.
P.S. Evening starts promptly at 7.30pm with arrival punch (we are assuming that’s a drink and not an actual punch, but could be if you’re late )