A Feast for the Senses

Sunday, March 29, 2009 - 21:00 to Monday, March 30, 2009 - 02:00

CEPAL is a charity whose objective is to assist the Palestinian refugees in the pursuit of their basic human rights by increasing their access to education, and by raising public awareness in Canada about their struggle.  CEPAL is the only Canadian organization that works directly with Palestinian refugees in Lebanon.

Menu choices include:
Vegetable & Fruit Tagine  
Steamed Couscous, Harissa Tomato Mint Coulis   
Fesenjan Chicken  
Steamed Couscous, Pomegranate-Walnut Sauce
Vine-Wrapped Grilled Salmon
Saffron-infused Basmati Pilau, Tahini Lemon Dressing
Lamb & Shiraz Fig Tagine  
Steamed Couscous, Ginger Red Wine Coulis   
Plus mezza and dessert

Tickets $55 tax and tip included.  Drinks are extra.
You will receive a tax receipt for $25.

Reserve your table today.  Call 416-937-7636 or email info@cepal.ca

“Chef/owner Isam Kaisi's Middle Eastern cooking is about as far from the basic dip 'n' pita school of cuisine as Jamie Kennedy's frites are from McDonald's”  “93 Harbord hits new culinary heights”   
- The Globe and Mail

93 Harbord
93 Harbord (at Spadina)
Toronto , ON
43° 39' 45.864" N, 79° 24' 13.1652" W
Ontario CA
Natalie Zeitoun

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