PAN-AFRICAN RESTAURANT TATALE TO OPEN IN SOUTHWARK
British-Ghanaian restaurateur Akwasi Brenya-Mensa is opening his debut restaurant Tatale in London this June. Inspired by the chop bars that are popular in West Africa, Tatale will open inside The Africa Centre in Southwark and will be a place where Akwasi can tell stories through food, art, and culture.
Named after the Ghanaian dish tatale, a plantain pancake, the restaurant will be pan-African, so you can expect the likes of Omo Tuo Nkatekwan Sesame (mashed rice with groundnut, peanut soup); the Tatale signature chicken burger 2.0 with buttermilk fried chicken, shito chilli, citrus yoghurt & basil oil, and Akwasi’s plantain cheesecake. With a summer opening date, you’ve got a bit of a wait until Tatale arrives but there are a few events and pop-ups in the works so you can get a sneak preview before then.
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Opens Tues 7th June 2022
66 Great Suffolk Street, London, SE1 0BL