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Refugee support fundraising dinner

Sadat's Cuisine

Sadat’s Kofta with Afghan rice

Sadat’s Kofta with Afghan rice

Saturday, September 08, 2018, 05:00pm - 07:00pm

Take out option available

Refugees Sayed and Bibi Fazli will arrive on September 13 and for the September 8th edition of the monthly Sadat Refugee-support Dinners which are bringing this refugee couple to PEI from Afghanistan, there are two fresh features. There’s now a take-out option in addition to the regular sit-down. Either way, it’s a multi-course meal—lamb, chicken, beef or vegan, with basmati rice and salad, plus a decadent dessert. The price is $30; two-thirds of that goes to the refugee-support fund. There’s also a raffle of jewelry hand-crafted in Afghanistan. The September dinner is a bit earlier going from 5–7 pm. It takes place at Sadat’s Cuisine, 223 University Ave, Charlottetown. To reserve a time and meal-choice, or to order a take-out meal, call 902-367-6631 or 902-213-7420.


Call 902-367-6631 or 902-213-7420 to reserve a time and meal-choice.

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Sadat's Cuisine
223 University Avenue

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