Also new is a MAP of the venue. I am really liking the map idea, now you can print it and study the venue before you arrive if you wish so no need to ask anyone if they know where anything is. I am hoping on the day there are also maps available when you arrive, now that would be cool!
Zangalewa – What’s on the menu?
“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well”
– Virginia Wolfe
And to that we can add party well. We have challenged the chefs in the Zangalewa kitchen to delight your taste buds. Here’s a peek at some of the treats you can expect on Sunday:
Italian: Chicken Parmesan, Pan Seared Fish sautéed in Garlic Butter, Fettuccini, Penne Pasta, Creamy Alfredo Sauce, Pesto Sauce, Garlic Bread, Green Salad
Greek: Moroccan Lamb, Cabbage Rice (Lahanorizo), Greek Style Peas (Arakas), Greek Roasted Red Potato or Greek Fish Stakes (Galeos Skordalia) and Greek Salad (Horiatiki Salata)
Ethiopia: Injara with peas and Chicken, Kinche - Brown rice/Barley or Asa - Fish.
Nigerian: Moi moi & plantain, Melon Soup/Fufu, Okra soup and Fufu, Pepper Soup, JOLLOF RICE AND CHICKEN, OFADA RICE AND HONEY BROWN BEANS AND BEEF.
Arabic: Arabic Lamb or Fish, Moussaka, Festival Rice and Salad
Caribbean: Jamaican Rice & Peas, Plantain Tum Tum Balls, OR Picante Fish or Pepper Pork, Salad
Indian: Curry Goat, Channa and Aloo, Pumpkin, Bus-up-shot and ‘mother in law’ served on a suhari leaf
….and of course a sea of finger foods like Maracas Bake and Shark, Ribs, Dumplings stuffed with crab in a curry sauce, roast pork and more. Come and dine well at Zangalewa.