Father's Day is a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society. It was first proposed by Sonora Dodd of Spokane, Washington in 1909. It is currently celebrated in the United States annually on the third Sunday in June.
So here at Muratina we've put together some destinations you can celebrate Fathers day at.
If your heading to South London you should try Injera with Tsebhi (Stew) which is one of the main traditional foods in Eritrean cuisine. Injera, also called Taita, is a leavened pancake made with sourdough of Taff flour, hence the tangy flavour. Tsebhi is mainly prepared with beef, chicken, mutton or vegetables. As well as Tsebhi, Eritrean cuisine comprises a variety of vegetarian dishes.
If you are looking for a restaurant serving authentic Portuguese Cuisine in London, then this is the place to be! Portuguese food in A Toca is exceptional, the menu has an extensive range of delicious options the chef has selected various Portuguese delicacies to whet ones appetite.
Pan-African Exceline Cuisine
If you are heading to East London you should head over to Exceline where they like to keep things simple. Their good African cooking has kept them around for more than a decade. Their food service covers both commercial and personal demands. so if you want a more family oriented approach then come and dine with them.
And to make it extra special you can always order yourself and Papa a chilled Muratelia