This Street Food Business is Bringing a Taste of Madagascar to London
The Lemur House is an exciting pop up street food business which is brings a taste of Madagascar to the London. Madagascar-born co-founders Prisca Bakare and Nina Araujo are passionate about showcasing the variety of cuisine that food from her homeland has to offer. Prisca’s passion shone through so much that her pitch won The esSense13 Africa Food Week competition, winning a cash prize and business mentoring.
Malagasy cuisine is influenced by the different cultures that make up the population of Madagascar, including French, Indian, Arabic and Sub-Saharan African influences. It is a vibrant melting pot of these influences which is what makes it so exciting and unique in the African food landscape.
Seafood is in abundance on the island of Madagascar! We love prawns, especially juicy big king prawns! Marinated in garlic, lemon, chilli, a pinch of salt and some spring onion…this is perfection on a plate! We will see you soon with another opportunity for you to try our delicious food! Keep track and we’ll be feeding you soooooon #malagasy #foodie #thelemurhouse #madagascar
Interesting to note that whilst they have Indian influences cuisine is not excessively spice but not unusually for African cuisine it has many meat dishes which meat loves will adore.
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