Our food is a celebration of the ingredients and flavors of the African diaspora connected from Asia to the Americas. We will feature Four Courses paired with Unique and Interesting wines. This event is 21+.
Kwasi has honed his craft in restaurants and catering for 12+ years. In 2016, he launched The Chop Bar pop-up with now CDC Shelley Nason as a way to explore global street fare. The pop-up was hosted in multiple restaurants in the Boston area, including Dudley Cafe in Roxbury, where Biplaw and Kwasi again crossed paths after working together at Hi-Rise cafe & bakery. A native of Ghana, Kwasi is passionate about connecting with people through the food that reminds him of home. He shares this passion with others through local cooking demonstrations and competitions. At Comfort Kitchen, Kwasi collaborates with a talented culinary team to develop dishes that celebrate the untold stories of ingredients from the African diaspora and the spice trade. Aside from English, Kwasi speaks his native tongue Twi and has also picked up Spanish and Portuguese through the years of working in kitchens. He lives in Cambridge with his wife Rita and their two cats.
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