A chance to sample real Syrian Food by a Syrian refugee who is set up his own restaurant. Come support this pop up so he can support his family!
The Hampstead Kitchen Feed Fund alongside Appearhere & NextGen London are supporting Imad Alarnab, a Syrian chef and refugee living in London. Imad will be opening his own pop-up cafe, serving traditional food for 2 weeks in March. This pop- up is Imad's first step towards making his own dream of running his own restaurant to support his family again.
Imad is from Damascus, and enjoyed cooking for hundred every night in his own restaurant. He lost the restaurant due to the war and was forced to flee. Now based in London, is hoping to bring people together and showcase food from home.
The food will be served family style with a 3 course set menu designed to be shared with fellow diners. The men includes many traditional dishes such as Fattoush Kabsa (spicy chicken with cardamon and rice ) and Tabakh Rohoo (aubergine, squash and tamarind stew).
Not to be missed, please come and support!
Details:Dates - Friday 10th - Friday 24th March,
Timing - Tuesday - Sunday, with dinner at 7pm and 9pm. Weekend brunch at 11am and 2pmVenue - Imad's Syrian Kitchen, 134 Columbia Road, E2 7RN
Cost - Dinner £ 40 & Brunch £15
Dietary requirements: There will be vegan & vegetarian options
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