A pop-up African supper club in Edinburgh has observed a permanent dwelling in the city’s New City, as the continent’s cuisine will make rising development throughout the British isles. Farin Highway, from chef Tunde Abifarin, is using a residency at the cafe Tani Modi on Hanover Road, functioning originally on Friday and Saturday evenings from upcoming thirty day period.
Abi, as he is recognised, was head chef at Edinburgh’s Murrayfield Hotel, and will take his inspiration from the cuisines of sub-Saharan Africa, with influences from Brazil and the Caribbean. He guarantees to deliver “nostalgic African dishes” with the unique flavours of his motherland – merged with quite Scottish components.
“Farin Road finds its origin in the considerable Scottish larder, which is easily obtainable to the kitchen. The team have taken a daring leap into the uncharted environment of curating the delicacies of the African continent in a new way.”
Dishes on the Farin Street menu contain kachumbari, a tomato and onion salad from Tanzania, agashe skewered meats from Sudan, spicy bean chakalaka from South Africa and jerk from the Caribbean.
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