We are delighted to announce mother and daughter duo, ‘MumTas’ who will be in residence with us, cooking across August in our pop-up café space!
Get ready to have your taste buds tickled and your belly filled with delight! Introducing ‘MumTas’ – handmade South Asian Snacks with a Ugandan Twist! These homemade Indian snacks aren’t just any ordinary munchies… These are family recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation, perfected with the utmost care. The secret ingredient? A whole lot of love!
So, whether you’re in the mood for some crispy samosas, savory mogo, or sweet jalebi, we got you covered. But be warned, these snacks are so delicious, you might find yourself coming back for seconds, thirds, and who knows, maybe even fourths!
Founded by mother-daughter duo, their passion for South Asian street food and the rich culinary heritage of Uganda have come together to create a unique and flavourful experience for food enthusiasts. Growing up in a household where food was central to their culture and family life, Tas had the privilege of learning the art of Indian cooking from her mother. Together, they experimented with flavours, explored new recipes, and perfected the nuances of Indian street food with a Ugandan twist.
‘MumTas’ is an art form that brings people together, and they have crafted our menu with this philosophy in mind.
Stay tuned on @MetalSouthend as we follow MumTas’ delicious residency journey! We’ll be sharing images of their work, as well as some more insight into their practice, and how they plan to make use of their food residency. Look out for dates to come down to Chalkwell Hall to taste some delicious bites too!