Taproom

BEAK X KITGUM KITCHEN

15.08.2020

In 1972, the president of Uganda, Idi Amin, announced that all Asians had 90 days to leave their homeland. Among the 60,000 exiles were Fayaz Amlani’s parents, and although they only took a single suitcase they brought culture and cooking from two great continents. In Homage to his parent’s, Fayaz and his partner Susie launched Kitgum Kitchen, a restaurant in Brighton specialising in East African and Gujarati cuisine. On the 15 August, they’ll be serving-up the following street food menu at the Beak taproom:

ON THE BBQ S L

Chicken Mishkaki £8 / £10
Free-range thighs with East African Indian spices + sides (below)

Halloumi Mishkaki (v) £8 / £10
Grilled halloumi with East African Indian spices + sides (below)

CURRY BOX

Kalyo £9 / £11
Slow cooked lamb curry with saffron fried potatoes + sides (below)

Mung Bean Curry (vg) £7 / £9
Mung beans in cumin, coriander and tomato based curry, it’s a hug in a
mung + sides (below)

ALL SERVED WITH:
Onion cumin rice, kenyan tomato onion salad, carrot pickle, tamarind
sauce, mint raita, scotch bonnet hot sauce