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Throughout their childhood, big brother Emeka (é-meh-ka) and little sister Ifeyinwa (i-fay-in-wa) noticed the lack of Nigerian cuisine on the capital’s “foodie” map. Keen to share their heritage with schoolfriends as they got older, they patiently waited for that spot which would celebrate the flavours of their motherland and pay homage to the stories told by their grandmother. They set up the world’s first Nigerian tapas restaurant earlier this year, home of the chop, chat chill.

Whilst you can’t go to their new restaurant, they’re bringing the chop, chat, chill to you with a series of intimate digital dinners, connecting their Chuku’s community across the globe. Enjoy the shared laughter, their fave Naija beats and a chance to meet new people – all from your kitchen table.

Find out more about the supperclub.