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Fancy trying a taste of the Philippines at the buzzy food mecca Flat Iron on Peace Day? Good news: Conflict Café is offering exactly that and it’s for a worthy cause. The pop-up restaurant project, which started in 2014, is all about bringing people together through food from specially chosen regions and promoting international peace while it’s at it. In past years, it has served up Sri Lankan, Lebanese, Colombian and Syrian cuisine.
You’ll get the chance to devour food cooked up by chef Mark Corbyn from The Adobros. This year’s menu includes Piaparan na langka (young jackfruit infused with aromatic palapa), Beef Kare Kare (hearty beef, peanut and coconut stew) and Buko Pie with Ube Ice Cream (young coconut pie with coconut caramel in shortcrust pastry) – all this deliciousness to bond over with perfect strangers.
Profits from the supper club will go to supporting International Alert’s work building peace in the Philippines. Eatwith will be donating £5 of fees per ticket to Conflict Cafe and the charity.