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Change of venue for Networking Lunch

31 May 2016

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This month’s Docklands Networking Lunch has had a change of venue.

The Friday, June 17 lunch will no longer be held at the Wonderland Spiegeltent but, instead, will take place at Mama Rumaan on Central Pier from 12 noon.

Middle-eastern Mama Rumaan is the latest high-end hospitality offering in Docklands.  The restaurant has replaced the popular Ve Bene on the pier.

The local reviews have been terrific.  This fierce Arabic mama cooks – and eats – like she lives. Large. Her plan? Chillin’ like a villain and serving up the best Middle Eastern food, with a modern twist.

Rather than a traditional three-courses, this lunch will be more of a graze.

On offer are:

  • Mezze dips and bread
  • Cabbage rolls
  • Sabah’s Egyptian falafel
  • Fried cauliflower
  • Qouzi
  • Beef kavurma
  • Lamb skewers
  • Vegetable skewers
  • Fattouche salad
  • Tabouli salad
  • Rice
  • Dessert platter

The unusual beverages – house red and white wine as well as light and heavy beers ­– will wash this down nicely.

As usual, the lunch costs $60 and must be paid in advance (by June 10), so ring today on 8689 7979 or email (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to book your place.

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