Saturday 21 September 2019 Pop-up Lebanese restaurant under the stars
7 – 10 pm Owl Lodge, Lacock
This is a relaxed and informal evening to enjoy with family and friends, or you are very welcome to come along on your own and make new friends!
Enjoy a wide variety of authentic Lebanese meat, vegetarian and vegan dishes throughout the evening and there will be mint tea and Lebanese coffee on arrival as well as at the end of the meal. (I am able to cater to all dietary requirements, so do let me know if you have any allergies or food requirements upon booking.)
There will be a fully licensed bar at the event which will include the sale of traditional Lebanese wine and of course a belly dancing show to look forward to.
We will be performing a few routines throughout the evening, and there will be the opportunity to fully immerse yourself in the event too by wearing traditional belly dancing accessories and joining in with the dance. (This bit is entirely optional!).
Even if it rains, we’ll still have a fantastic time and take shelter in the barn.
‘Superb evening, lovely dancing, fantastic food. Loved it. Thanks Wafaa’ said Val and Bill after a similar evening.
‘Really enjoyed myself. An evening of tasty food, laughter and dancing. Ace night’. Vicky
‘Brilliant evening. Food delicious. Good dancing.’ Colin
This event has now sold out, but there are still tickets left for the Christmas special!
Saturday 30 November 2019 Pop-up Lebanese restaurant Christmas Special
7.00 – 9.30 pm The Laverton, Westbury
Gather your family, friends or team and celebrate winter with us. Get in the spirit of Christmas as we dine a room lit only by beautiful fairy lights and candles.
Tickle your taste buds with a variety of tasty homemade Lebanese dishes which will transport you to the land where East and West meet. Truly immerse yourself in Lebanese culture with traditional Lebanese wine (available to purchase by the bottle). Coffee, mint tea and jugs of water will also be served throughout the evening.
Experience the magic of the Middle Eastern music and dance as you enjoy a traditional belly dancing performance and if the mood takes you then everyone is welcome to join in, making full use of the traditional belly dancing accessories I will bring along.
Set in a beautiful 19th century Italiante Gothic palace built for the community by Abraham Laverton with stunning stained glass windows and free parking opposite the hall.
“An absolutely cracking night. Fabulous setting, incredibly tasty food and mesmerising dancing. Will definitely go again.”