Upcoming Dates: 1/27, 2/24, 3/31
Time: 2:00 PM

The group will embark on an exclusive introduction to the intriguing tastes of Nigeria and Senegal through an in-depth tour of the restaurant's menu to inspire your lunch choices, while getting to know West Africa through the experiences of Lawrence, the owner of Wasota African Cuisine.  

Your $5 ticket gets you entry to the event, cultural insights through the experiences of the host and exclusive tour of the menu, as well as 25% off what you try.

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Hosted By | Wasota African Cuisine
Duration | 15 minute talk while gathering dines and mingles at leisure
Location | 1112 East 11th Street
Capacity | Minimum 10 RSVPS required / Sale closes 24 hours in advance
Ticket holders will be notified 24 hours before event if minimum not met and issued refund

In this monthly culture talk, a native of Nigeria, Lawrence invites you to experience the intriguing tastes of West Africa at Wasota African Cuisine, formerly Wold Beat Cafe. You will be guided through a cultural narrative of the unique hospitality and flavors of Nigeria and neighboring Senegal through an introduction to the restaurant's extensive menu. You are welcomed to bring your questions. Suggested menu items include vegan and meat entrees ranging from $7.00 to $15.00 exclusive of tax and gratuity.

25% off your purchases is included with your ticket.
Guests will pay host directly for anything purchased during the gathering. 
Plan to arrive five minutes prior to the starting time. 
Ticket refunds require 48 hours advanced notice.



Ultimate Vegan Sandwich
Hoagie Bun filled with diced plantains, spinach,cabbage and black-eyed peas

Jollof Rice, Spinach, and Kelewele (Diced Seasoned Plantains)

Egusi Soup with Yam FuFu (African mashed yam)

All meat entrees come with your choice of one side, 
either friend plantains, spinach, black-eyed peas, or cabbage

Goat meat served with jollof rice, topped with spicy or mild Benin sauce

Chicken meat served with jollof rice, topped with spicy or mild Benin sauce.

Tender cubed beef served with jollof rice, topped with spicy or mild sauce

Egusi soup and chicken meat served over yam fufu (African mashed yam)