Tokunbo's Kitchen, A West African Food Odyssey - date tbc
Tokunbo's Kitchen, A West African Food Odyssey - date tbc
Tokunbo's Kitchen, A West African Food Odyssey - date tbc

Tokunbo's Kitchen

Tokunbo's Kitchen, A West African Food Odyssey - date tbc



Chef Tokunbo uses fantastically fresh ingredients and West African spices to recreate Nigerian dishes with a modern twist. Her food tastes like your favourite auntie made you something delicious to eat. Tokunbo's supper clubs are a unique experience which will enable you to experience a cultural immersion which celebrates the vibrancy and traditions of Nigerian food and culture.   

Since April 2017, Tokunbo's Kitchen has fed over 5,000 people, hosted 9 pop up events (and counting), successfully operated at 6 street food festivals and has completed 3 in-house chief residencies.  

At this supper club, Tokunbo will prepare a feast of sharing platters of some of her childhood favourites.  The meal will include 


Akara (bean fritters) & assorted meat pepper soup


Efo Riro (grilled hake fish, braised kale and spinach in a mixed peppers and onion sauce) 

Pounded yam, basmati rice and sweet fried plantain 

Ewa Agoyin (mashed beans served with traditional pepper sauce - vegan) 


Puff puff and mango sorbet 

You can bring our favourite wine and drinks. 

Please check the date in the product listing title before you buy your ticket to make sure you're buying the right date. 

How it works

After you have paid for your spot at the listed supper club event, you will receive a notification from Janet's List that the transaction has gone through. This will be followed by a notification from Tokunbo's Kitchen with confirmation of your spot at the listed supper club event.  

Founder's story

Tokunbo's mission is to promote African food in the global foodie scene. Whilst she was in Washington DC for a leadership programme, Tokunbo grew frustrated with the fact that there were dozens of food trucks yet none of them served African food. In London, she once waited two hours for jerk chicken, (which was the final straw) and set up Tokunbo's Kitchen.  She says: "In Nigeria we say 'Oya come chop' when its time to eat. I want everyone to have the chance to chop and enjoy mouthwatering Nigerian food". 

At Janet's List, we have eaten her delicious food at Africa Utopia and Brick Lane; we can vouch for how healthy, hearty and tasty it is.