Sun 8 September 2019 | 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
ZOA - Daniel Frisch Street 1, Tel Aviv,
Starting at 8pm, the belly starts with a taste of a special dish that can only be found in South Africa: BUNNY CHOW. It is one of the famous dishes in the country and especially in Durban. In this city, the largest Indian community resides outside India, which is also the story behind the bunny chow:
In the 19th century, thousands of Indians came to South African soil to work. Their wives had to find alternative solutions to the food storage tools that their husbands would take with them to work, in the form of soft bread that stored the steamed stews and also absorbed all the flavors.
Bunny Chow will make you the name Alon Sarkin, who grew up in South Africa, fell in love with the local cuisine and learned to prepare the dish in an inspiring way.
* Choose a meat / vegetarian dish
at 20:40 We will move on to the artistic part of the evening and watch the movie: Mandela, the long road to freedom | Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
The cinematic, powerful and spectacular adaptation of Nelson Mandela’s autobiography, which since its screening at the 2013 Toronto Festival has managed to draw not only the sympathy of the audience and visitors, but also the sympathy of the world’s great leaders. The film follows Mandela’s life story from his childhood in a remote village, through joining the Black Party, to his uncompromising struggle with apartheid – a struggle that ended Mandela as the first South African president to be elected in a democratic election. With a sensitive, optimistic and touching hand, the director manages to draw the life of a great leader, into an impressive, exciting and inspiring film.