hosted by Burmese Food and Beyond
"Our vision is to have a fair, just and equal society where people can live in harmony.
Our mission is to empower refugees and migrants to thrive, make a positive contribution, integrate and take control of their own lives.
We do this by:
Providing free and independent expert advice and casework
Supporting integration via community projects
Offering counselling, therapy and advocacy for women survivors of gender-based violence
Conducting research and sharing information
Campaigning to affect policy changes at the local and national level
Our experienced and specialist advisers support those most vulnerable in regularising their immigration status, improving their housing situation, preventing homelessness, accessing welfare entitlements, gaining employment and improving their mental health and well-being.
We also campaign to ensure that the voices of these communities are heard, and their rights upheld.
Although based in Lewisham, our projects and services are open to people from all over London"
Assorted Fritters with Tamarind Dip (A-Kyaw Zone)
Burmese Mutton Puffs (Seik Thar Puff)
(V) Potato Puffs (Aloo Puff)
Coconut Chicken Noodles (Ohn No Khao Swè)
(V) made with soya-gluten alternative
Pickled Tealeaf Salad (Lahpet Thoke)
Festival Sticky Rice (Htamanè)
NB: Please let me know of any dietary restrictions on the booking form, as dishes can contain peanuts, fish sauce, and shrimp paste. Vegetarians will be well-looked after, but unfortunately we cannot cater for vegans or those on a gluten-free diet on this occasion.
I'll also be selling signed copies of my book MANDALAY: Recipe & Tales from a Burmese Kitchen, chosen by The Observer, The Financial Times, and The Mail on Sunday as one of their Best Books of 2019 - if you have it already, bring it along and I'll sign it for you!
Unit 32 (Third Floor)
8 Andrews Road
London E8 4QN