West (Africa) meets (Far) East on Monday, April 29th, at Parsnip, (moved from sister restaurant and Harvard Square neighbor, Night Market), as Ghana native Chef Kwasi Kwaa pops up with a West African-inspired menu at the Cambridge street-food spot. Come visit the Chop Bar at one of three seatings (6:00, 7:30, and 9:00pm), where you can sample traditional West African ingredients like okra, goat, and guava prepared in methods found at street-markets around the world. The four-course menu features fried okra and spicy goat dumplings as well as an Asian rice bowl full of African specialties and a goats milk tart. Reservations are $55 per person—peep the full menu below and snag a seat here.
Crispy Fried Okra with Chop Bar Nido Sauce (condensed milk, feta, garlic, bird pepper), pickled red onion
Spicy braised goat dumplings in light soup
Grilled Sardines with tomato, ginger, garlic, fried shallots
Braised rice and kidney beans in sorghum leaf broth, seared pork belly, 6-min egg, yoko gari, pikilz (pickled vegetable salad)
Goats Milk Tart