We've teamed up with Tabun Kitchen, London's first Jerusalem Street Food restaurant, and to celebrate its opening on Berwick Street in Soho we're offering all readers a two-four-one deal on their a la carte menu.
The menu comprises of recipes from the founder Hanan Kattan's family archives as well as sharing dishes including favourites such as Jerusalem falafel and Palestinian musakhan chicken, plus grilled Lamb and Chicken koftas served with a spicy tomato sauce. All dishes are accompanied with fresh bread made from the Tabun Oven, which are cooked fresh to order.
The story of Palestinian food features heavily in this modern day offering, and it is well worth taking a bite out of.
Dates: Offer is valid from 11 - 26 October
Location: Tabun Kitchen, Soho, 77 Berwick Street, W1
Includes: Two-for-one on meals from the A la Carte menu during lunch and dinner
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