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Served With A Story | London Inc Magazine

Sharing the food – and the stories – of their ­homeland, a foodpreneur couple moves to share their kitchen space, too Photo: Malvin and Maryam Wright IT’S A SUPPER club, pop-up eatery, catering business, licensed kitchen-for-rent and community-building social enterprise – all wrapped up in one unique commercial model.

Stories of black experience on menu at Yaya’s Kitchen

“They tend to be seen as one homogenous group, but there is so much diversity in the black community. In Nigeria alone there are 300 languages spoken, the food is just as diverse. You can go from one village to another around the corner and the food is different.

Women in Food – & Drink! (2020): Talented Women Making a Difference

It was once a truism that there is a woman standing behind every great man. That may still be the reality today but the women profiled in the following pages stand here on their own merits. In many cases there is a man standing proudly beside them, but their contributions are no secret.

Join the (Supper) Club at Yaya’s Kitchen!

Yaya’s Kitchen is not your average dining establishment. Located in the London Food Incubator at 630 Dundas, this local gem is a commercial kitchen that hosts monthly pop-ups and supper clubs.


It’s a chilly Saturday night in Old East Village but inside YAYA’S Kitchen, all things are warm: the conversation, the candlelit-dotted tables and of course the food.

yaya’s kitchen London Ontario

Just a few tickets left for the upcoming supper club. #lndont #ldnont #tastingmenu #tastingmenulndont #ldnfoodie #519ldn #blackfoodie #oldeastvillage We had a special treat for our guests. We worked with @ladymalzzz to create some traditional Hausa desserts. We created Dublan and Alkaki. This is the last one left.

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