Chop Pot, is set to launch on 7th December 2013, their first Ghanaian chop bar at the O2 centre in Finchley Road, London, NW3 6LU, offering a ‘grab and go’ style service.
The launch takes place between 1-4pm on Saturday the 7th December. The menu concept is based on Ghanaian street food and will include several popular, traditional and modern dishes such as Jollof Rice, RedRed and many more. Meals will be absolutely free between 1-4 pm on the day and will be subject to availability.
Affia Bioh, Chop Pot Founder states: “Food is an integral part of communicating Ghanaian culture and we at Chop Pot are passionate about providing excellent and authentic dishes. We seek to provide a visually vibrant experience via our retail concept concessions with the site design aptly named ‘chop bar chic’ and first class service to our customers. Chop Pot is committed to championing the best of Ghana and this is the baseline of our mission. ”
From 9th December Chop Pot meals will be available to order from Hungry House (http://hungryhouse.co.uk/chop-pot ). This will make it convenient for customers to order from the comfort of their own homes.
The chilled range of Chop Pots, are currently available at Selfridges Food Hall and other selected supermarkets. The range consists of hearty soups meals and rice and stew pots at an affordable price point.
What are the next steps for the Chop Pot brand? To sit alongside other national food brands as a worthy equal. The world is our Chop Pot!
For more information visit : www.chop-pot.com