Conflict Café

Conflict Café is back

This time serving you food all the way from Myanmar!

Join us for a unique Burmese sharing dinner in a spectacular skate park under Waterloo station on 18, 21, 22 and 23 September 2018.

Conflict Café Myanmar is in collaboration with Anglo-Burmese cook Cordelia Peel of dining concept, Bagan, who will showcase the delicious flavours of her Burmese heritage.

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We continue our residency at the atmospheric underground tunnels of House of Vans London, located under Waterloo station, but this time you will be dinning in a skate park!! Join our communal tables, experience Burmese hospitality and understand what's happening in the region, make new friends and even win prizes with our quiz.

Conflict Café Myanmar runs in partenrship with Eatwith, House of Vans London and Cult Events.

House Rules: This is not just any pop-up, this is Conflict Café. Be ready to sit down and ‘break bread’ with strangers and strike up a conversation!

Profits from Conflict Café go towards supporting International Alert’s work building peace in Myanmar.

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18 September 2018

21 September 2018

22 September 2018

23 September 2018

What is Conflict Café?

Conflict Café celebrates the power of food to break down barriers and get people talking.

As seen in the Guardian, Independent and Evening Standard, Conflict Café is the pop-up that serves peace through food.

Diners join communal tables, where they are treated to a feast of traditional dishes from countries that have experienced conflict around the world. Great food is at the heart of Conflict Café, but it is also an informative and interactive dining experience where you get to know more about the country highlighted.

Established in 2014, Conflict Café has served over 1,000 diners, highlighting cuisines and conflicts from Sri Lanka to Colombia, Syria to Myanmar.

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There is something very significant about the act of bringing people together around a table to eat, whatever their differences: the very act of cooking and sharing food is a unifying one. It's true that this is not the only tool for peace, but it is a step in the right direction and a great reason to support Conflict Café.

Yotam Ottolenghi, restaurateur and food writer


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If you have any questions, email conflictcafe@international-alert.org.