MEZE—SMALL DISHES, BIG FLAVORS

Throughout the Middle East, meze is a common way to start a meal. Like Spain’s tapas, many small plates of food are shared with family and friends for a variety of small tastes. Eating this way makes the experience at the table last longer, allowing everyone time to sip and share thoughts. Spice and herb combinations are the secret to giving these little dishes their big flavors without making them heavy. Chef de Cuisine, Didem will demonstrate some of the meze on the menu at Sofra including: Fava Bean Pate with Eggs, Capers & Herbs; Red Lentil Kibbeh with Yogurt Sauce; Shrimp with Onions & Garlic; and Roasted Spring Vegetables with Tomato-Brown Butter.

Instructor: Didem Hosgel, Chef de Cuisine, Sofra

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Cancellation policy: We understand plans change; our classes are refundable up until 10 days before the scheduled class date. 

We hustle to get the café ready for these special evening events and open the doors for first-come first-serve seating at 6:15pm. See you then!