Fourchette Créole is a gourmet pop-up stall founded by myself, Kelly, and my sister Christie with the aim of sharing the richness of our gastronomic heritage from Africa, France & the Caribbean.
We both strongly believe that marinating food is not to be taken lightly, and it is with pride that we invite you to experience signature dishes such as Léwoz and the 'Délicieux' the first gourmet bokit. True to street food, we use fresh, locally sourced ingredients and practice a farm to table approach whenever possible.
Our dream of creating Fourchette Créole wouldn’t have been possible without the support of our passionate friends and colleagues, and our team who make it their business to delight each and every guest with a great foodie experience.
From our ongoing efforts to bring our menu in the street and offer the best handcrafted burgers anywhere, to the genuine smiles and hospitality that greets you at our stall, Fourchette Créole wants to make our innovative and colourful stall one of your new favourite dining experiences.
The bokit is a traditional dish originating in mid-19th century Guadeloupe. It was prepared as a plain dough for over a century before becoming the modern delicacy that it is today.
The modern version entered the street food scene around the mid-1990s, notably owing to its acclaimed fusion with the salt-fish Chiquetaye (another tasty dish) accompanied with a creole sauce.
Our ‘creole burger’ has long since been synonymous with our culture, happily enjoyed with friends and family to the sound of traditional Lewoz events.
Inspired by our multicultural heritage, we are delighted to share the artisanal Bokit with you, a fresh fusion dish with flavours from around the world.