Post Pride Drinks
Pride in London
- LocationTabun Kitchen, 77 Berwick St, Soho, W1F 8TH
- DateSaturday 8 July 2017
- Time5 – 8pm
Have you ever found yourself struggling to find somewhere for a post-Pride Parade drink? So have we. Why not join GWN again for a drink or two and a bite to eat at the decadent, and delicious Tabun Kitchen on Berwick St in the heart of Soho.
After the break, you will be suitably refreshed and recharged for the rest of Pride night.
The Tabun Kitchen is London’s modern Palestinian restaurant, using Jerusalem-inspired home cooking recipes. It has a restaurant upstairs, and an entertainment area downstairs. GWN will have exclusive use of the venue from 5 – 8pm.
Here’s more from Founder Hanan Kattan: “The ‘Tabun’ oven from which we take our name has been a centrepiece of Palestinian cooking since pre-Biblical times. Now, we’re bringing our modern version to the vibrant streets of Soho.
Tabun Kitchen’s menus showcase a range of delicious dishes based on the traditional home-cooking of the region – from ‘Musakhan’ to ‘Makloubeh’ – with fresh new twists.”
Hanan has also produced produced three feature films through Enlightenment Productions, including 1950s South African drama/love story The World Unseen and contemporary urban romantic comedy I Can’t Think Straight. Hanan is married to award-winning author Shamin Sarif, who in 2013 announced their latest film Despite The Falling Snow at Cannes Festival.
Important note: Only those who have booked will be permitted entry. Booking is free and spaces are limited, so we recommend you book early.