West African Wine Dinner by Chef Godwin Ihentuge of Yum Village
First-generation Nigerian Chef Godwin Ihentuge is how we describe low-key excellence.
Instinctive, inquisitive talent who dispensed the rulebook on becoming a mainstay of Detroit’s dining scene over the past 5 years.
Hot on the heels of his New Center success: Godwin has just opened a second Yum Village in downtown Cleveland.
And thanks to his enduring popularity, find him with Food Network’s Chef Bobby Flay (Current Season 29. Episode 4) cooking alongside Indian Chef Kingshuk Dey in a battle to bring Bobby down.
Snagging him for just one night…
Godwin brings a West African Tasting Table to Frame alongside an exclusive African wine pairing by Sommelier Sean Crenny.
Think : ‘Wild Game Suya and Sorrel Whipped Cream over a Belgian Waffle’, ‘Naan Flatbreads topped Smoked Fish Egusi and Turned Up Fufu’, and ‘Yam Pots De Creme with Toasted Marshmallow and Pistachio Ice Cream.’
Godwin doesn’t do subtle, which makes his wonderfully original, technicolor cooking the perfect antidote to the languor of a chilly Friday, February night.
Naan Flatbreads topped Smoked Fish Egusi, Brie, and Turned Up Fufu
(gluten-free option available)
Wild Game Suya and Sorrel Whipped Cream over Belgian Waffle
Fresh and Spicy Slaw Salad
Coconut Quinoa with Stew Beef Strip
Yam Pots De Creme with Toasted Marshmallow and Pistachio Ice Cream
++ Chef is kindly requesting no dietary changes to this dinner menu ++