Boma International Hospitality College 2nd African Cuisine Dinner – Sharing Moments
Boma International Hospitality College, Africa’s most revered Culinary and Hospitality institution held its 2nd African Night through a fining dining experience dubbed “Elengi Ya Afrika” (the elegance of Africa).
The African fine dining gastronomic tour sought to recreate 6 courses from 5 African countries, utilizing ingredients native to the nations of Kenya, Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt and South Africa.
The event was graced by the diplomatic communities of the nations of Rwanda, Ethiopia, Ghana, the Democratic Republic of Congo, India and South Africa as well as leading hotel brands.
BIHC Director, Hon Joash Olum said, “We are proud to celebrate a Pan-African influence. With over 23 nationalities of students at BIHC, 18 of whom are African, there could be no other greater way than to showcase Africa through the culinary experience. And why not? As hoteliers in Kenya and the region, we have celebrated continental and international cuisine and barely contributed to showcasing and re-creating the cuisines of our grandma’s forever hold dear.
‘BIHC seeks to re-write this influence. To create an affinity for our own identity and allow us to evolve with our food as we have evolved with our culture and way of life.”
So what was on the menu – CLICK HERE to see the menu
Course 1 – Kenya
Assorted Kenyan Wantons
Course 2 – The Democratic Republic of Congo
Course 3 – Uganda
Course 4 – Morocco
Nutty Moroccan Couscous
Course 5 – Kenya
Caulifower Steak in Pea Volute
Course 6 – Egypt
Egyptian Basbousa Cake
Here are some Go Places sharing moments from this Culinary Event
What a Delightful Culinary Experience!
ABOUT BOMA INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALITY COLLEGE (BIHC)
Established in 2015, the Boma International Hospitality College (BIHC), has become a nationally and internationally recognized brand resonating with the finest Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts training. Adapting a Swiss-based curriculum curated to match the demands and identity of a continent synonymous with hospitality, BIHC has set its mark in the industry.
Recently recognized by TVET Kenya as a Centre of Excellence for Culinary and Hospitality Training, a fete only held by BIHC in Kenya, we have trained and influenced young and aspiring hoteliers sought after by the top hotels not only within East Africa but internationally.
Our aim is to nurture passion and empower the ambitions of young budding hoteliers who seek to re-imagine service, hospitality and cuisine.