Loutfi Jamal is running around the small dining room of Mazeish grill so quickly, it seems impossible that he hasn’t dropped the large platter of kibbeh he’s holding.
Loutfi Jamal, at the far end of the table, is a chef in a dinner series curated by Nasser Jaber, a Palestinian restaurateur who’s making his mark on New York’s lower east side. (Supplied)
A few times a week, a refugee chef will come to Mazeish and cook a traditional meal for a ticket-buying audience. (Supplied)
From conflict to fundraising
Nasser Jaber (bearded man serving food in this photo) is a Palestinian restaurateur who’s making his mark on New York’s lower east side. (Supplied)
Tale of conflict for a ticket-buying audience
Jaber says that the great thing about the dinner series is how it’s brought together people that may not have a background in activism. (Supplied)