Jazz, blues and soul food now at MLH every Sunday Brunch!

Tuesday, 7 August 2012 02:24 -     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}

A collection of recipes celebrating the great taste of soul food along with some blues and jazz to complement the evening; as a jazz subgenre, blues has now begun to flourish at MLH.

Groove-oriented styles built from the bottom up, blues and jazz have now become a signature at MLH. A steady groove between the bass and drums, and then embellish that groove with riffs and melody lines that draw heavily from gospel, and R&B, jazz and blues becomes a sensory stimulant.

As one guest commented on Sunday Brunch at MLH: “Awesome place! Fun vibe, the musicians are having a good time, no doubt about it. Had some talented people in addition to the very together and rocking jazz band. Cool place! Mixed crowd, young, old, different colours, cuties too.”

The soul food buffet is served from noon to 3 p.m. every Sunday, for a price Rs. 2,900 nett. Fried chicken drumstick, spicy louisiana sausage, hush puppies, collard greens, green beans, black eye peas and potato salad are some to savour.

The fried chicken is similar to Jamaican jerk but more fried coating and moist. The hush puppies are as how you would get it in Bayou territory (deep fried corn bread) and potato salad.

Some good down home cooking, like Louisiana crab cakes, hot black eyed pea dip and corn chips, smoky baby back ribs, hot wings, rice and peas, sweet potato wedges, spicy red slaw, water melon salad , very famous key lime pie and other sweet tooth delicacies and ending with coffee and rocky road are some soul food that you cannot beat.

Culinary delights born from the Black/African American, Jamaican and Caribbean cultures and the some good ole hoppin’ John, simmering sausage cabbage, stuffed pork chops, okra fish Creole, potato and crabmeat casserole, and crabmeat quiche are a few more to make your dining choice to MLH.