Breaking bread has always been a traditional way to start a (peaceful) conversation. We are putting that to the test with Conflict Kitchen London.
Conflict Kitchen London is a an innovative pop-up culinary experience, using global cuisine to get people thinking about what makes us different from one another – and what brings us together.
Inspired by a US phenomenon of the same name – a take-out restaurant that serves food from countries America is in conflict with – Conflict Kitchen London will be serving dishes from countries around the world that have experienced violence and conflict.
It invites strangers to sit down together and strike up conversation, providing an engaging and innovative gastronomic experience, championing the idea of peace through food.
So what are you waiting for? Take a bite out of conflict!
- Monikers Restaurant, 11–27 September 2014
Each week the kitchen will be taken over by a different cuisine, with a group of talented female chefs sharing the finest flavours of Burma (Myanmar), Jordan and Peru.
- Queen of Hoxton, 20–21 September 2014
A Middle Eastern rooftop grill to celebrate the UN International Day of Peace, serving recipes from top chefs Yotam Ottolenghi, Anissa Helou and Claudia Roden.