SupperClub & Pop Up Events

Yummy Choo Dining presents… Taste Mauritius Supper Club!


About US

Our Supper Club is simply an opportunity to have a taste of authentic home-cooked  Mauritian cuisine, myself and Mama Choo will be cooking up all sorts in the kitchen! Come and join us for a menu that represents what we love most about Mauritian Food!


Mauritian Lunch Supperclub- Saturday 22nd February £30  1pm email to BOOK

Mauritius VS France Cook Off! Flavour Expats Series, Hackney, Saturday 8th March, £35 ,  BOOK HERE

Cook It Mauritian (Cookery Class) Old Street, Thursday 13th March  6.30-9.30pm BOOK HERE  

‘”Ghana Taste Mauritius” Pop Up with Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen, 22nd March, time TBC please email to book

We have more exciting pop ups, cooking demos, cookery classes coming up! To BOOK please email Selina to enquire

Private/Dinner Parties

We can organise private dinings exclusive for you and your guests or can come over to cook for you or a dinner party Please email Selina to enquire

*These are examples of food served at our supperclubs, subject to change..

Example of starters:

Chana Curry (Chickpea) with Pouri

Taro Fritters

Onion Bhajias

Prawn/Salt Cod Fritters

Gateaux Piment

Du Pain Frire

Gateaux Bringele (Aubergine or Potato Cakes)

Chutney’s or Salads (eg coriander, coconut or tomato chutneys)

Example of Mains;

Dhall Pouri

Grois Pois (Butterbean & Potato Curry)

Rougaille ( Tomato )

Mauritian Curries ( Prawn, Fish, Goat, Chicken..)

Cari Dholl ( Dhal)

Fish Vindaye

Chicken Fricasse

Bouillon Cresson (Watercress)

Pumpkin Gratin

Example of Desserts;

Gataeu Patate (Sweet Potato Cake)

Poudine Vermicelle (Vermecelli Pudding in milk)

Pudine Mais ( Polenta pudding)

Banana Tarts

Chargrilled Pineapple, Rum Syllabub

Banana Fritters & Ice Cream

Mauritian Chai served at the end of meal



“Thank you again for a great evening.  It was wonderful to taste the delicate flavours of Mauritian food.  The herbs and spices of the starters and the main courses were perfectly balanced: we loved the aubergine fritters and the coriander sauce that accompanied them; and our palates were delighted by the goat curry and the fish dish as the mains.  The pineapple upside down cake with that tantalising caramel sauce was out of this world!  We weren’t sure what to expect before we came round, but we left happy and well fed….a perfect way to start the Chinese New Year.  “

Johnathan, attended 31st Jan New Year supperclub 2014

“although it has been a few weeks since I experienced the Mauritian Feast on a Sunday, I have not forgotten the the unique tastes, textures and abundance of delicious smells laid on for us, courtesy of Yummy Choo Eats. I have followed Selina avidly since the beginning of her journey and was not disappointed when I finally made it to one of her Pop-Up dinners. Ive never experienced a Mauritian palette before but I was surprised at how delicate and light all the courses were. An incredible healthy indulgence i’d like to try again. I loved sitting amongst young vibrant guests at the same table chatting about who does what, where and when. A real compliment to my weekend gastronomic experience. I’m really looking forward to trying a Yummy Choo Supper Club next. Well done Selina!!! “

Kate Swerdlow, November 2013

“Just wanted to thank you and you family again for receiving me and my friends so warmly in your house and taking the time to explain the dishes. We loved the food and had a lovely evening, Emma also enjoyed her vegetarian options! Also such a great gesture of  yours to raise money for Action Against Hunger . We will definetely come for for more!”

Caroline, Attended Supperheroes Supperclub on 20th September, 2013

“Your food was beautiful. Spicy, tasty, unusual and engaging. It tasted as good as it looked. The venue couldn’t have been better and your decoration of it really made it feel like we were in a genuinely Mauritian restaurant.”

Keep up the good work! Paul & Joanne (Beach to Balham Pop Up, August 2013)

Review by food writer Leyla Kazim

” My first taste at Mauritian food, its fantastic! I really enjoyed the Rum Baba and coconut ice cream!” Mae, 2nd February 2013

“Wonderful tasty lunch, boulettes poisson soup was amazing! Great introduction to Mauritian food” 2nd February 2013 Rashed

We have a review on Your Source Today Magazine  26th Nov,2012, Check it out!

Great venue, really interesting talk, food was delicious and very authentic – my husband was the guy from Mauritius and he thought it was really great.  Particularly loved the
vindaye and the fried starters – I really liked the fruit dessert.” Jane Mc Gill, Guest at Clifton Nursery Mauritian Feast, 15th Nov, 2012

Recent review by guest BeeRose here

“This was my hubby and I’s first ever supperclub and it definitely won’t be our last! Selina & Mama Choo provided a warm inviting atmosphere, much better than aany restuarant that I’ve been to with lots and lots and LOTS of food! The selection was a really great introduction to Mauritian cuisine, I loved the chicken main and the delicious fruit dessert!

I would definitely recommend if you are up for a cosy meal, and an opportunity to meet new people, or for a romantic meal for two.”

Recent review by guest & blogger Charlotte Hu here

“Food coma alert! Last night I attended the supper club hosted by Yummy Choo – a delicious Mauritian feast cooked up by Selina and her mother.”

Review by guest & blogger Mondomulia here

“Hosted in Selina’s house in Croydon, the supper club consisted of starters, main dishes and a dessert, all made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. With the help of ‘Mama Choo’, she put together a fantastic 3 course dinner that left us full and satisfied.”

Review by guest & blogger The Writing Type here

“The main course was simply a feast – a delicious spread of textures of street food and curry.  I really couldn’t get enough of the chicken curry which was beautifully balanced in spices and had the most melt-in-your-mouth chicken I’ve probably ever tasted.

Twitter Mentions:

Fun night photographing behind-the-scenes with @yummychooeats and the team at @TraderVicsLND. Such good food… my fave was the goat curry.

Amazing host & absolutely delicious #Mauritian food by @yummychooeats LOVE the goat curry & rum bananas! #Hilton

@yummychooeats @TraderVicsLND thanks so much for such a yummy night! I can still taste the pineapple chilli sorbet it was so good!

So @yummychooeats best food stand at the strEAT feast food shindig – standard. Sister from another mister representing the Mauritians #FBC5

@yummychooeats Loved your food this evening! @foodbloggerconnect #FBC5

Amazingly tasty Mauritian streetfood by the lovely @yummychooeats @ Battersea 

@yummychooeats @TheSpiceScribe @Boscoandbee @bloggerconnect Thansk for feeding me – I owe you. Your Mauritian food was yummy. #food.

Matthew Wilson ‏@LandscapeMan  @yummychooeats: Kingfish Vindaye served up at #mauritian pop up @Cliftonlondon tropical lunch ” My fave dish today!

Thanks you for a very yummy Mauritian afternoon @yummychooeats it was delicious! @LucyCharles86

Thank u for the amazing dinner yesterday! Food reflected so many diff. cultural influences. Delicious and perfectly spiced! WOW goat curry! Had such a lovely time, great food & company (@AsmaKhanCooks)

A really great mauritian supperclub @yummychooeats gorgeous food. That food was amazing.(@ThunderstormBun)

@yummychooeats thanks for the amazing feast of Mauritian food tonight. Had trouble picking a fave dish.They were all fantastic. #Supperclub (@AndyAHStone )

“Thank you so much for such a wonderful meal tonight! We both really enjoyed it” Sheila P

“Thanks for a great nice and lovely Mauritian food. I shall definitely be trying to make the rice with lentils. Great host x ” @Nada Farhoud, The People

“Dear Selina & Mum Thank you for a great nighton Friday-excellent food and company. We will definetly be trying other Supper Clubs and we will be telling our friends about yours”  Steve & Beverley -Email

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  8. liz deonarain says:

    hi looking forward to meeting you this friday nite . liz and tanya

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