Starting with supper clubs in 2016 Founder Afiya Titus wanted to introduce “contemporary Caribbean street food with a focus on healthy eating and Lime Hut was born. Easter is now upon us and her Easter Brunch takes place on Sunday 20 April at Peckham Palms, presenting a mouth watering menu. Alt A caught up with Afiya for a quick bite.
AA: Tell us about your food concept Lime Hut? –
Afiya: Lime Hut is a contemporary Caribbean street food brand with a focus on health and well-being. Our motto is “a taste of sunshine”. IG: lime_hut_london.
AA: What made you start the business and how long have you been running? –
Afiya: I was concerned with the dietary health issues such as diabetes and high blood pressure surrounding the Afro-Caribbean community, but i didn’t want a life of just eating bland Kale. So I took authentic natural #Caribbean ingredients and used healthier and more contemporary cooking methods to create a modern fusion – a taste of Sunshine. Lime Hut started off as a little supper club back in 2016 and we’ve since gone on to be a feature of the central London street food market scene.
AA: Tell about your Easter Brunch concept, highlights of the menu? –
Afiya: We’re hosting a 3-course brunch with classic and vegan Caribbean set menu options. The brunch is taking place at Mae J’s cafe in the Peckham Palms Arcade on Saturday 20th April. Menu highlights include spicy saltfish bites, Biabou chicken (from St Vincent and the Grenadines) and vegan Trini doubles. Supported by Wray and Nephew, Mae Js will be serving fire rum punches during the event.
AA: Where are you normally based? –
Afiya: Berwick Street Market mid-week lunchtimes in Soho (nearest tubes are Oxford Circus and Piccadilly)
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