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The Oddio courtyard, adjacent to the 150 year old heritage listed church that houses the wine bar, will be hosting a Middle Eastern feast of ‘epic proportions’.
On December 6, Oddio and Syrian Mobile Disco are meeting for a three course dinner that best displays the traditional dishes of Syria.
Syrian Mobile Disco’s Mark Kamleh alongside parents, Michael and Hiyam, will be ‘firing up the charcoal pit’ and cooking a range of Syrian classics from Michael’s repertoire.
The dishes are described as authentic and full of heart, and made to broaden the perception surrounding Middle Eastern food.
Oddio is a relatively new Bowden fixture, a wine bar slash cellar door slash winery hosting dinners and parties on a need basis (and the need is great), in a heritage, industrial church.
The wine list at Oddio is a notably spectacular and their Syrian Mobile Disco dinner meets that standard with Frederick Stevenson, Giovanni Armani Giorgio and Delinquente wines on the cards.
A few surprises are also promised, hopefully of a culinary sort. Tickets are priced at $99 per head, which gets you aperitivo and snacks on arrival, three courses (shared style Syrian feast) with wines and beers to match.
If you’re afflicted with a dietary requirement, you have by December 4 to let them know.
Oddio’s Syrian Mobile Disco dinner will take place on December 6 at 31 Drayton Street, Bowden.
Grab your tickets here.