Supper Club at Tamam
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Supper Club at Tamam

Supper Club at Tamam

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Tamam: Fine Palestinian Cuisine

2616 East Hastings Street

Vancouver, BC V5K 1Z6

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The Indian Summer Arts Society curates exciting Supper Clubs four times per year. These gatherings are a great way to connect (or reconnect) with a thriving artistic community.

Palestinian favourite, Tamam, hosts the October edition.

Tamam, which means "delicious" in Arabic, has a loyal fan base in Vancouver because of its flavoursome Palestinian food and welcoming atmosphere.

Enjoy a three course sumptuous Palestinian banquet served family style on Tuesday October 25 at 7:00pm.

The Tamam Menu:

Welcome Drink:

  • Freshly made lemonade

1st Course:

  • Humus and Pita - chickpeas, tahini, garlic, olive oil, sumac
  • Mutable and Pita - roasted eggplants, tahini, garlic, olive oil, sumac
  • Halloumi and Grilled Eggplant - topped with our special made sauce

2nd Course:

  • Mujaddara - rice, lentils and caramelized onions
  • Roast Lamb Shank
  • Slow Baked Chicken
  • Malfouf (Stuffed Cabbage Rolls) - fresh green cabbage leaves, stuffed with rice, tomato, garlic, olive oil and lemon
  • Okra Stew
  • Red Cabbage Salad

Dessert:

  • Baklava - House-made baklava with raw pistachio
  • Kunafah - Pastry stuffed with cheese, baked and topped with raw pistachio and rose-water honey syrup

Price:

$43 members* (members can purchase tickets for guests at the member price)
$53 non-members
* A member is anyone who donates $25 or more to the Indian Summer Arts Society. Members receive lots of great benefits, including discounted ticket prices to Supper Clubs (4x/year) and a charitable tax receipt. Donate now to become a member.


Artist Presentation:

Sobhi al-Zobaidi, owner of Tamam, is a novelist, poet, and independent filmmaker who was born in Jerusalem in 1961 and grew up in the Jalalazone refugee camp near Ramallah. He studied at BirZeit before moving to New York where he studied economics and film. In the mid-1990s, after the Oslo accords, he returned to Palestine, to Ramallah, where he established reFugee Camp Productions, a film production company which aims to give young people in the refugee camps the means to express themselves. Sobhi will be sharing a few words about the menu and his art.
Indian Summer Arts Society's AGM

Members are also invited to join us at the Indian Summer Annual General Meeting on October 25 at 6pm prior to Supper Club. Members attending the AGM are required to purchase a ticket to Supper Club if they would like to stay for the dinner.

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2616 East Hastings Street

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