Syrian and Irish-based chefs are coming together to host ‘Far-Fetched Dinner’ in aid of refugee chefs
Four award-winning, Irish-based, foreign-born chefs will host a dinner with their Syrian refugee counterparts, to highlight the universal and democratic power of the table in Loam on Sunday October 29th.
Chefs Damien Grey of Dublin’s Heron & Grey (from Australia), Takashi Miyazaki of Miyazaki in Cork (born in Japan), Jess Murphy of Kai in Galway (originally from New Zealand) and Mickael Viljanen of The Greenhouse in Dublin (a Finn) cook dinner with five Syrian chef colleagues on the night of Sunday October 29th in Galway’s Loam restaurant.
Supported in this project by UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency
Working with GMIT (Official), we are delighted to announce that together we have established three funded scholarships in catering, specially designated for young chefs in direct provision.
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