Brought to you by peacebuilding NGO, International Alert, Conflict Cafe combines the cuisines of different conflict areas, harnessing the power of food to get people together, breaking bread, and starting a conversation.
The pop-up has now served over 1,000 diners, highlighting cuisines and conflicts from Colombia to Syria.
The next pop-up focuses on the food of Syria. Chefs from Syrian restaurant Ayam Zaman will delight with a menu including favourites like baba ghanouj and classic kibbeh, and the chance to try something perhaps not so familiar, such as hara isbah, a traditional Syrian dish of pasta with tamarind and lentils, and the delicious fattet makdous, a delicious dish from Damascus.
Book your seat at the table here.