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Lebanese brunch in a unique underground venue in central London.
Join us for delicious food at the Conflict Café Lebanon brunch special, with Lazeez Lebanese Tapas. Chef Michael Sallaum and the team will showcase beautiful authentic Lebanese cuisine at the spectacular tunnels of House of Vans in Waterloo.
As seen in the Guardian, Independent, and Evening Standard, Conflict Café is the pop-up restaurant that serves food from regions that have experienced conflict, and explores the power of food to bring people together and break down barriers.
Named Time Out London’s ‘Most Inspirational Pop-up’, Conflict Café is an initiative launched by peacebuilding charity International Alert marking the International Day of Peace (21 September) and encouraging conversations about peace through food. Lebanon will be the ninth country to be showcased by the restaurant over the past three years.
Lazeez tapas is a central London restaurant committed to tasty Lebanese food made with authentic ingredients. The restaurant, launched two years ago, aims to bring the food of Lebanon and Beirut to Londoners. From dairy, to bread, CEO Emilio Malik is passionate about supporting Lebanese producers and allowing the delicious flavours of the region to shine. Chef Michael Sallaum, from Beirut, is head of all food and menu development at Lazeez tapas, and will lead the kitchen for the Conflict Café Lebanon brunch special.
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