*NEW* Yummy Choo Mauritian Street Food Cookery Classes
Learn to cook authentic Mauritian street food in our home, for yours!
The Yummy Choo Supper Club has built a following of food fanatics who enjoy the unique home-cooked flavours that Mauritian cuisine brings to the table.. alot of our guests ask “how do you make this food?!”
At our intimate cookery classes, you will learn how to cook a taster of authentic Mauritian Street Food in a traditional style, passed down through our family over many generations!
Learn delicious dhall pouri, rougaille, chutneys and gajacks in this 2.5 hour class, taste Mauritian street food at its best!
Whether you are a beginner or an experienced cook wanting to venture into the melting pot of Mauritian food our classes provide everything from the ingredients to the instruction- allowing you to watch,learn and get stuck in to making some great Mauritian snacks which you can sit down and enjoy afterwards!
Tuesday evenings 6.30pm -9pm April, May, June please email to enquire
For more information on upcoming classes or to book a private cooking class, please email Selina at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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03 Feb 15 by The Very Hungry Londoner
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Lovely Yvonne attended in September 2012,
reviewed on 7 October 2012
It was a night of firsts for me. This was my first supperclub and my first time of eating Mauritian food. I travelled down to Brixton, to a restaurant exclusive to the supperclub. I thought I'd be eating at the hosts house, but the venue was cosy and Selina and co gave me a warm welcome.
I loved the entertainment, in true Mauritian style. With a cocktail in my hand, island music and a dancer, I thought I was in Mauritius already - and I hadn't eaten any food yet.
So the food kept, coming and coming. From fried breadfruit, streetfood wrap, and then curry and then more curries. And there was just loads of everything. It was like being at home, enjoying a dish you like and going for seconds, even thirds. Did I have room for dessert? Oh yes I did. That banana pudding was scrummy.
I would recommend this supperclub to get a flavour of Mauritius, Selina and Yummy Choo are going places.