Burmese Food Fair Saturday 6/22 @ 2:45pm

This is a past event

5 people went

International Community Church

30 Gordon St · Allston

How to find us

I have a meet up button on a hat. I will post my cellphone # day(or day before) of the fest

Location image of event venue

Details

*If the weather is nice, let's meet a few minutes early outside.*

Al D. of Boston Cultural Nomads(and other groups) regularly

posts this event.

From our most delightful hosts:

This Burmese Food Fair offers you a special opportunity to come enjoy a taste of authentic Burmese food. All dishes are homemade and prepared to perfection. Pictured above are some dishes we will be serving. For more info about the event and our congregation, please visit www.obcfboston.com (http://www.obcfboston.com/)

Come enjoy a rare taste of delicious authentic Burmese food at:

International Community Church
30 Gordon St.
Allston, MA 02134

Directions:

By Bus: Take the 57 Bus to the Corner of Cambridge St and Gordon St

By Train: Take the Green Line B-Train to Warren Ave. Stop and walk 2 blocks towards Gordon St.

Here's Al's description from a past fest:

Get a taste of homemade Burmese food at this semi-annual Burmese Food Fair! We'll meet at 3, right outside, and be among the first to enter. There will be Mohinga Soup, various noodle dishes, appetizers, and desserts--plus food to go, if you want seconds a little later. Those who went last October will attest to how much fun this event is. The fair runs from three until six, but it will get very noisy and crowded later--plus some of the food will run out--so we are better eating at a rather odd hour. Save room for food, and I'll see you then! -Al

(I'll try to add a photo in the next couple days)The entrance door to the fest is on the left hand side of the photo above. I will wait outside for a few minutes and then go in.

Time: 3pm - 6pm Place: International Community Church, 30 Gordon St., Allston, MA

Costs:

It's pay for what you buy ie....you get tickets(a dollar a ticket) at the door and then pay the tickets for dinner food($4-5), drinks($1, generally), and desserts(which rock, $2-4). We recommend $11-12.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burmese_cuisine