Café Palestina in Kentish Town is a charming eatery with a cause, passionately supporting and nurturing Palestinian creativity. Situated within a delightful little shop on Fortess Road, the café serves an array of Middle Eastern mezze dishes alongside sandwiches, homemade cakes and fresh coffee. Customers can savour authentic treats like ma’amoul date pastries, stuffed vine leaves, smoky moutabel aubergine dip and kibbeh bulgar parcels with lamb. We recommend the Friday suppers, in which diners can enjoy traditional Palestinian hot meals that incorporate quality meat and vegetable produce with delicious spices and flavours. Before or after customers eat, they can also peruse the Palestinian crafts and gifts on display like handmade pottery, glassware and olivewood. Located in London’s Kentish Town, Café Palestina is more than just a restaurant but rather a self-described social enterprise with a purpose. Book a table today!