The Context: what have we noticed? Camberwell has a diverse variety of business, from the Szechuan restaurant Wuli Wuli to the modest British pub The Bear. When talking to the people who ran them we discovered there was a lack of diversity within their customer base.
The Cameroonian/Nigerian restaurant Kalabash explained that their regulars tended to be Africans and they want to share their food with people who have not tried it before. Kalabash were not sure how to engage with the wider community. Our Solution: Camberwell Green hosts a weekly Farmers Markets from spring through to autumn and is in a central location within the area. Our idea is to have a regular stall at the market called ‘Camberwell Flavours’.
Each week the stall will be hosted by a restaurant who will give out tasters and talk to the local people. Each restaurant hosts the stall twice over the year.
The idea is to bring each outlet`s food and its story direct to the people and let folks know these great places to eat are there and welcoming.
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