Sunday, 2 September 2018

The Conflict Cafe's Myanmar Supper Clubs at The House of Vans in Waterloo

Pic by Ed Lousley

The Conflict Cafe returns for the 5th year, exploring the culture and conflicts of Myanmar through its cuisine over four night at The House of Vans in Waterloo.  Taking pace on 18th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd of September 2018, the chef will be Cordelia Peel, of Burmese supper club Bagan, who has also popped up several times around London.  Tickets are just £48 for an evening of food - full menu, details and tickets here.

"Pop-up restaurant Conflict Café is returning to London this September, to explore the culture and conflicts of Myanmar through its cuisine.
Now in its fifth year, Conflict Café, created by the charity International Alert, explores the power of food to bring people together and build peace. This year, it will run from 18-23 September, to mark the International Day of Peace (21 September).
Sitting at communal tables in a spectacular underground skate tunnel at House of Vans, underneath Waterloo Station, diners will enjoy Burmese cuisine from Anglo-Burmese cook, Cordelia Peel, of Burmese dining concept, Bagan.
Profits from Conflict Café Myanmar go towards supporting International Alert’s work building peace in the region.
Conflict Café is running in partnership with Eatwith, House of Vans London and Cult Events."

When - 18th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd September 2018

Where - The House of Vans, Leake Street, SE1 7NN

Tickets - £48 from EatWith here

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Link - Tickets page



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