Sisters Cuisine Food Club

…is a multicultural food project run by refugee and asylum-seeking women from Trampoline House.

The club organizes public food events and workshops in the house with the aim of bringing people together with food, and creating awareness about the plight of refugee women and refugee children.

We make healthy, affordable food from all over the world, influenced by our diverse places of origin, such as Afghanistan, DR Congo, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Iran, Morocco, and Palestine.

our activities

‘Love thy Neighbor’: Communal dining pop-up restaurant

Dining in Sisters Cuisine’s pop-up restaurant is like showing up at an Italian family dinner party.

You will be seated at a long, shared table together with the other restaurant guests and served a unique 3-course menu with a specific ethnic influence, created by our skilled women chefs.

While food is flowing, you will get an introduction to life as a woman asylum seeker in the Danish asylum system from two of the refugee women serving the food, and will get to know your neighbors at the table, who share a love for good food and dynamic conversation.

Upcoming pop-up restaurant dates in fall 2019: September 28 and November 30

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‘Cooking for a Cause’: Fundraisers for asylum-seeking children

‘Building Bonds’: Cooking workshops


‘Food without Borders’: Publishing cookbooks