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When: Saturday 25th March 2023
Time: 1PM - 5PM

Nothing tastes as good as food with purpose. That’s why we’ve teamed up with our impact partners TERN (The Entrepreneurial Refugee Network C.I.C.), and our friends at Gipsy Hill Brewing Company to host the Food Power Party.

An afternoon jam-packed with delicious independent street food (as always), live music and chilled brews from Gipsy Hill, brought to you by twelve London food entrepreneurs from refugee backgrounds, currently on TERN’s incredible Food Power programme.

Grab your friends, family, dogs and neighbours and join us at the Gipsy Hill Taproom on Saturday 25th March from 1- 5pm to tuck in as they showcase their talent and newest dishes.

Tickets cost £15 and include 3 food tokens, a Gipsy Hill beer, and a whole heap of good karma.

Come and support these tasty, up and coming food entrepreneurs.

The line-up:

  • Jollof rice and fried chicken – by Kemi of Kemi’s Kitchen
  • Plov – by Sanobar & Akbar of Samarkand Palav
  • Gutap and Korean fermented salad – by Guncha of Bereket
  • Fried Yam & Plantain – by Stella of Special Delicacies
  • Syrian toasties – by Bahaa of Sojok
  • Manti dumplings – by Maral of Homely Delish
  • Falafel & Homemade cheese – by Amany of Abo Saleem
  • Pani Puri Chaat, Pakora & Bombay Mix – by Aklima of Deshi
  • Vegetarian Syrian food – by Tarek & Loulia of Loulia’s
  • Stuffed Vine leaves & Musakan rolls – by Hamza & Roba of Pal Flavors
  • Spicy chicken shawarma – by Souad of Casablanca Bites
  • Faté – by Omran Zain

About TERN and the Food Power programme:

TERN’s mission is to enable refugees to thrive through the power of their own ideas. 30% of their community would like to open a food business. This is why they created Food Power, an incubation programme for food entrepreneurs from refugee backgrounds, running annually from October to March. Each edition culminates in two food showcases – and this event is the last stop for their founders and the moment they launch!