Cook with Syrians at Newcomer Kitchen

󶀁 Social impact experience
Hosted by Cara
The host of this experience
3.5 hours total
1 meal and Drinks
Offered in English
Prices may vary depending on the date you select.
There are only a few spots left. Join 6 others at Cara’s experience this Monday.
About your host, Cara
Cara Benjamin-Pace is the co-founder and Executive Director of Newcomer Kitchen. She loves sharing the diversity of cultures through hospitality. Well known as a community champion her gift is smiling at strangers. Rahaf Alekbani, is a Syrian newcomer and Co-ordinator and Kitchen Leader of the project. She enjoys cooking, laughing, singing, and making new friends. Together with warm and wonderf…
What we’ll do
You'll be joining a group of Syrian newcomer women and hanging out in the bright lively open kitchen at The Depanneur cafe in Toronto's West End. We book the restaurant as a private event for the day. You can expect cooking, conversation, smiles and laughter and often singing!! You will get a hands-on experience learning how to make traditional Syrian home cooking. Our kitchen lead co-ordinators …
What I’ll provide
Traditional Syrian Food 󴀁
We can accommodate vegetarians

coffee, tea, cookies 󲀃
Who can come
Guests ages 10 and up can attend.
Photojournalists often visit Newcomer Kitchen. This is how we bring our story to the world. If there is we will need you to sign a release form. We unfortunately cannot inform you in advance.
Where we’ll be
The Depanneur is a charming local food event space. "A Place Where Interesting Food Things Happen". Evoking memories of the owner Len Senater's beloved Montreal, the room is part kitchen, part cafe and part schoolhouse. Sunshine streams in through the vintage windows as iconic Toronto streetcars glide by and locals drop by to say hello at a moment's notice.
$70 per person
Prices may vary depending on the date you select.