Pre-order online until TUE Jul 20, 10pm
Pick up on WED Jul 21, 6-7:30pm
Chefs Romina Arya and Joy Aigbukor have come together to create Zobo, a new Nigerian-Indian street food concept. Zobo combines Romina’s 10 years specializing in Middle Eastern and Indian food with Joy’s decade of experience in Nigerian and West African cuisines, to offer a menu of authentic Nigerian and Indian dishes, with a dash of Middle Eastern flavours. @zobotoronto
Aloo Meithi Puffs
Buttery baked puff pastry squares filled with potato and aromatic meithi (fenugreek) leaves, seasoned selection of Indian spices; served with green chutney.
Beef Suya with Jollof
Slices of grilled prime beef chuck seasoned with Nigerian suya spice, a savoury blend of warm spices and chili powder; served with classic West African jollof rice, and a creamy corn & cabbage slaw.
Vegan Curry Duo
Chana Masala: tender chickpeas slow cooked in spicy tomato gravy, and Meithi Masala Sabzi: fenugreek leaves with moong dal (mung bean) spiced with a homemade masala (spice blend; note: contains peanuts). Served with saffron jeera (cumin) rice, chapati whole wheat flatbreads, kachumber salad of cucumber, tomato and onion, and and spicy-tart mango chili pickle.
A Nigerian street-food favourite; small yeasted dough balls, deep fried until golden, and garnished with hibiscus jam, Nutella and caramel.
Beef, Vegetarian or 1/2+1/2
Indo-Nigerian Dinner for 2 $48 • for 4 $90
ORDERING FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED. PICK UP IS WED 6-7:30PM
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Chef Romina Arya is originally from Iran and learned cooking from her family’s traditional Iranian and Lebanese recipes. She quickly started developing her own recipes and experimenting with flavours from all over the Middle East. She fell in love with authentic Indian cuisine after coming to Canada and has not stopped exploring dishes from all states of India. She recently started Auth Foods, offering Indian chutneys and a variety of Indian and Middle Eastern catering services.
Chef Joy Aigbukor hails from Nigeria, starting out as a little helper in her auntie and grandma’s traditional Nigerian kitchen. She moved towards professional dancing and music, but never lost her love for cooking. Her company, Abilawa Cooks, cater events in across the GTA. @abilawacooks