Nyamming is a series that investigates Caribbean cuisine. Each episode explores culinary-tradition that reach far beyond the plate...
”Nyamming is a gateway to understanding this culture.”
Joseph Pilgrim, ISC
4-courses /4 cocktails
Exciting Chef Collaborations
Stimulating our palate and widening our taste.
Nyamming, Episode 2:
Children of the Diasporas
Friday 26th October
A collaboration of classic West African and Caribbean dishes, using seasonal British produce. The chefs take inspiration from London’s modern food scene, and in doing so, add a contemporary layer to the Caribbean and West African diasporic food cultures.
Nyamming Episode 3:
From the Ground
Friday 1st February
Island Social Club's Marie Mitchell collaborates with musician/chef Denai Moore as they explore their Jamaican roots through the uniting of traditional Rastafarian Ital cooking and modern vegan food culture. Plus, ISC's mixologist will pair each course with a refined cocktail menu that respects the Rastafarian conviction- to never cloud the mind.
Carving a space for fine Caribbean dining.
Showcasing the greatest artistic minds.
Sharing the diversity within our culture…
… With our intergenerational community.
Unearthing the Caribbean’s roots.
The Funtunfunefu Denkyemfunefu is a West African symbol, showing two crocodiles linked by the stomach, their heads and mouths facing different directions. The beast shares a belly, but fights over food - it’s a symbol for the complexity of sharing experience in our society.