– NEW YORK 2018 –

NEW YORK 2018

June 14th-17th

In 2018, New York was one of the two American cities to welcome the Refugee Food Festival for the first time in the United States!

Israeli, French or Italian, three restaurants opened their kitchens to two refugee chefs, from Iran and Syria, for some savory culinary exchanges. 

TAIM NOLITA • Nasrin

JUNE 14th, 2018 • All day, from 3pm to 9pm

Chef Nasrin gave Taim Nolita’s wonderful menu a spicy Iranian twist with her falafel of the day! 

Average price : $8.75

LE COQ RICO • Nasrin

JUNE 16th, 2018 • Dinner

Chef Antoine Westermann welcomed Nasrin in his restaurant where guests enjoyed a co-created menu honoring poultry.

Prices : Menu : $69 (1 starter, 1 main course, 1 dessert)
Starter : $17 dollars
 / Main course : $39 /1 Dessert : $13 

PORSENA • Diaa

JUNE 17th, 2017 • Dinner

This convivial East Village Italian restaurant turned Syrian for an evening, offering chef Diaa’s mezzes to guests. 

Average price : $55

THE TEAM

“Because food brings joy and is a universal language that brings together people, we think that the Refugee Food Festival is a great way to explain how the culture of refugees is rich and interesting for people. As citizens, we wanted to be a part of this wonderful project, which is an amazing human adventure, made of incredible encounters.” Céline & Justine, RFF 2018, NYC

A big thank you to both of them, to Eat Offbeat and to UNHCR United States!

CONTACT THE TEAM !

WITH THE EXCEPTIONAL SUPPORT OF :

Eat Offbeat, an authentic ethnic food catering company, employing refugees only, in New York.

International Rescue Committee, helping people whose lives and livelihood are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover and regain control of their future.

Emma’s torch, a social enterprise empowering refugees through culinary education and job readiness training.

Tanabel, a catering and events company employing refugee women with exceptional culinary talents.

Catholic charities Archdiocese of New-York, helping solve the problems of New Yorkers in need, non-Catholics and Catholics alike.