The Lemur House is the first Street Food business bringing the heart of Madagascar to the UK. It is a family run business which dedicates itself to serving the most mouth watering and delicious dishes inspired by the Malagasy culture.

The first of its kind, we promise not to disappoint! Our aim is to feed hungry mouths with a result that will leave you wanting more each time. After all, it’s not fair to keep such great feasts just to the confides of our own house and kitchen table…

You’ve probably heard about the movie, but as for the food…? Come and try for yourselves!

We will be up and running very soon as for now this blog is set up for you to have an insight on the culture, food and essence of The Lemur House… so watch out for the name and festivals we will be appearing in and of course most importantly….THE FOOD.

8 thoughts on “About

  1. Kenneth Brownell says:

    I read about you in today’s Evening Standard. My wife and I travel to Madagascar every year to work with a mission hospital in Mandritsara. My wife is a doctor and helps in the hospital itself and I am Baptist pastor who helps train local pastors (by translation). We would love to come along on 17 June and perhaps bring some people who have been to the hospital. We live in Hackney so it is not far away.


    1. Thelemurhouse says:

      Hi Kenneth, what a delight! Thank you so much for your message. We to are Christians and have great hopes for The Lemur House in the future. We are actually based in Hackney as well. Would be lovely to see you there! The venue that the event is taking place is actually my local church so if you ever wanted to meet before the event, then please do feel free. What your doing sounds incredible! Great to see you love Madagascar as much as we do and have a passion for it.


  2. Finn Deacon says:

    Great presentation to both of you. Its a shame that the hosts weren’t briefed that there is no such word as ‘Madagascan’. The likes of Sainsbury’s have totally ignored our plea’s to amend the spelling on their delicious desserts made with Malagasy vanilla. Pah!
    I love all things Malagasy, especially my wife and her amazing family.
    Hoping to meet you both on the 17th
    Finn and Fid


    1. Thelemurhouse says:

      Hey Finn!

      Thank you so much for your message. I know, it’s frustrating that people don’t know the correct phrasing. That’s great that you are educated on Madagascar! It’s always a pleasure to meet people who love our homeland!

      Looking forward to meeting you and your lovely family!



      1. Finn Deacon says:

        Hi Prisca, many thanks for your lovely reply.
        Can we just confirm…do we need to buy tickets for Saturday?


      2. Thelemurhouse says:

        Hey Finn!

        There are no tickets you need to get the event is free but obviously the food you would have to pay for. Meals range between £8-10 and snacks between £1-£5.



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