Get ready for a unique culinary experience!
The wonderful diverse communities of Leeds invite you to sample tastings of their delicious traditional recipes and exchange cultural dialogue. There will be East African, Greek, Gujarati, Jewish, Lithuanian, Punjabi, Thai, Cameroon and Zimbabwean foods on offer just to name but a few.
This winter tasting festival not only offers mouth-watering bites, but a range of live cooking demonstrations, live cultural arts performances and family fun. There will also be local producers selling scrumptious goodies too, so you will be sure not to go away hungry.
Ellie Ruhan, Festival Director explains, “Through our love of food this is a unique opportunity to bring so many diverse groups of Leeds together, not only to celebrate what we have in common, but what makes us unique.”
This celebration of vegetarian and fish based international cuisine will be held on Sunday 18th February, 11.30am – 4.30pm at St Edmunds Church Halls, Lidgett Park Road, Roundhay, LS8 1JN.
Tickets are £5 and are available from Eventbrite on Leeds Food & Flavours Festival or from Makor. Children are very welcome at a cost of £3 at the door. For further details contact 0113 2680899, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Leeds Food & Flavours Festival is funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund in addition to Near Neighbours. Makor Charitable Trust has partnered with St. Edmunds Church to facilitate this event.