Syrian Supper Collective

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The Syrian Supper Collective aim to share Syria’s best with anyone intrigued in tasting our food in its most honest form. Syrian home cooking from the coastal region of Latakia to the Damascene traditions of brunch and meze. This won’t be food you know from your local Lebanese restaurants or high street kebab shop, but a culinary experience of a Syrian feast inspired by tradition, the people and seasonal produce as it should.
We will feed you delicacies you’d never find in any restaurant here, drink Syrian inspired cocktails and learn about our culture through us, through our cooking our hospitality.

Please stay tuned for our first Syrian Supper tbc very soon held in random locations all over London and beyond.


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Experiences

by Syrian Supper Collective

We are serving four courses of Syrian delicacies from Damascus to the Latakian
coast, will take you on a culinary journey to our motherland. Music and
entertainment included and you will leave full... Read more

by Syrian Supper Collective

An amazing array of Syrian delicacies from Damascus to the Latakian coast, we
will take you on a culinary journey to our motherland. Music and entertainment
included and you will leave full and... Read more

Contact

Website: www.syriansuppercollective.com

Email: hello@syriansuppercollective.com

Facebook: Facebook page

Reviews

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Fabulous food company & entertainment! :-)

Rating: 10

Lisa Edwards attended Syrian Supper Collective FEAST in November 2015, reviewed on 20 November 2015

As one of the guests at the Syrian Supper Club, I can say that this was one of the most enjoyable evenings I've had recently.
The atmosphere was great, extremely welcoming, fun and relaxed. The food was AMAZING and I really enjoyed tasting so many new flavours and dishes. We ate like King’s and Queen's and I nearly had to be rolled out to my taxi as I was so wonderfully full! :-)
I especially enjoyed the quiz, very relaxed and fun so nothing too challenging, but it was a great way to get to know the other guests and I feel I have learned a little more about Syria than experiencing just the delicious food. From the history of the Golan Heights to Paula Abdul.. what can I say this was a lot of fun and a really great addition to the evening.
The after dinner entertainment of improv and music was hilarious, I literally laughed so much my face ached! If you think this might be something you may enjoy, believe me it will surpass your expectations.
Thank you to Shahla, Faten, Mustapha and Talal for a fabulous evening! :-)

Review

Rating: 8

randommc attended Syrian Supper Collective FEAST in November 2015, reviewed on 20 November 2015

This was my second supperclub experience and it was by far the best. From the warm welcome of the host and regional drink to start the evening to the fantastic food & fun entertainment.

I liked that they placed me near to my friend but not directly next to them in order that we could still chat but were encouraged to meet & mingle with those we didn't know. The quiz questions on the name cards were an excellent ice-breaker and all fed into the Syrian theme of the evening. I feel like we all left learning something new.

The food was delicious and plentiful, although it was definitely worth being sparing with the pitta as I could have kept eating the delicious dips all evening. I wasn't as keen on the desserts but am not a sweet tooth anyway. The cocktail however was excellent.

The family are very creative, talented singers, musicians & hilarious comics so I couldn't fault the entertainment. It was a wonderful way to raise money for an important cause in a positive way.

Incredible Fun and delicious.

Rating: 10

Alexis Gouk attended Syrian Supper Collective FEAST in November 2015, reviewed on 19 November 2015

Last Saturday we were among the guests at the Syrian Supper Club.
The whole evening from start (warm welcome & Arak aperitif) to finish (Syrian coffee espresso martinis & reluctant taxi) was exceptional.
The food was a journey of taste from fresh and light to rich and warm.
The unexpected musical and comedy entertainment was incredible, quiz great too...politics (just gently), history and culture and who knew Paula Abdul was half Syrian?!
If I could put an 11 out of 10 I would !!
Do book and experience for yourself, I haven't laughed so much in a long time.
Thanks to Shahla, Faten, Mustapha and Talal
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