Breaking bread has always been a traditional way to start a (peaceful) conversation. This month we put it 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 has been serving dishes from countries around the world that have experienced violence and conflict.
London Live popped down to the kitchen to see what it’s all about: