Welcome on a journey to discover the magic of South-Africa and Jamaica
With our love and passion for good, nourishing food and the ‘longing’ for something familiar from our home countries, we decided to join the ‘street food’ scene by bringing delicious, mouth-watering Flavour Fusions between traditional South African and Jamaican cuisine.
Sasa, born and raised in Jamaica is a qualified chef with nearly 22 years’ experience under his belt. So, you can be assured that each dish will be packed with vibrant and exciting flavours, leaving your taste buds wanting more!
We would love for you to join us on a taste journey, discovering flavoursome and vibrant dishes and making new friends on the way!
Love, Sasa and Almarie
Private and Corporate Events, Birthday Parties, Weddings and more!
Contact us today to discuss your requirements and for a free quote.
If you haven’t got an event coming up and can’t wait to try our delicious food, don’t despair! We are always out and about and ready to bring our Flavour Fusions! See where we are next below and come and say hello!
Poffertjes are a traditional Dutch batter treat. Resembling small, fluffy pancakes. Unlike American pancakes, they have a light, spongy texture.
Bunny chow, often referred to as a bunny, is a South African fast food dish consisting of a hollowed-out loaf of bread filled with curry. It originated in the Durban Indian community.
Pronounced ba-boor-tea, the national dish of South Africa is a delicious mixture of curried meat (traditional lamb) and fruit with a creamy golden egg custard topping, not dissimilar to moussaka. Served with Yellow Raisin Rice, it is most definitely a contender for being a favourite in our household!
Traditional Afrikaner fried dough bread. It is like the Caribbean "Johnny cake", the Dutch "Oliebol" and the Mexican sopapillas. Favourite fillings include Curried Minced Beef, pulled Jerk Chicken, homemade Chakalaka with grilled Halloumi.
However, we always carry some golden syrup with us, you know, just in case