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there is nothing like an interesting debate around the dinner table…well there is when there is pretty awesome food involved too. The Grub Club are hosting an interesting evening in partnership with Moniker in Hoxton Square called Conflict Kitchen. The idea being food is the catalyst to start off conversation about troubled areas around the world to raise awareness of the conflicts still faced in 2014.

This experience is an interesting conversation starter alright, we went along to the first night which highlighted the conflict in Burma, as well as provided a feast of Burmese delights. The food itself was brand new to us and something we’re keen to try again. The conversation…well this was like the most fun history lesson we’ve ever had.

International Alert are helping put these events together via the pop-up restaurant to encourage these conversations. It is a great and fun way to taste food from these countries as well as learn a thing or two about their culture. Still to come are evenings based on Jordan and Peru…Peace!

Moniker, 16 Hoxton Square, London N1 6NT