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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. They’ll be serving-up the following street food menu at the Beak taproom:
ON THE BBQ
Free-range thighs with East African & Indian spices + sides (below)
Slow cooked lamb curry with saffron & fried potatoes + sides (below)
Moong Nu Shaak (VG) (GF)
Mung beans in a cumin, coriander and tomato based curry, it’s a hug in a mung.
ALL SERVED WITH (optional):
Onion & cumin rice, kenyan tomato & onion salad, carrot pickle, tamarind sauce, mint raita, & scotch bonnet hot sauce.