Roll-Up Roll Up

A new food take-away project at the Braich Goch

 

We are back with a new Thursday night take away happening at the Braich Goch. This time we’re doing things a little differently and we will be serving up dishes from around the world that all have one thing in common - they’re all wrapped, folded or rolled! Everything from Mexican Burritos to Indian Kati rolls to Greek Spanakopita to Thai Lettuce wraps! Every week we will have a meat and a veggie option. All dishes will be served with satisfying sides and sauces to take them from street food snacks to hearty main meals.

If you ate our lockdown take away last year you’ll remember our ethos was affordable donation based food as a response to the crisis. This time we’ll be charging a little more, with all profits going to supporting the charitable aims of the Anne Matthews Trust at Braich Goch - working on issues of oppression and social injustice; providing a space of sanctuary and learning for young people and families of refugee and migrant backgrounds, around the country. We hope in the near future that the cooking project will become part of an internship for young people, offering training in employable skills.


Ordering will be available online Fri- Wed, or on the phone on a Wednesday. It is still  important to us that healthy and exciting food reaches those on all budgets, so this time we will be offering a ‘pay it forward option’. At check out there will be the possibility to choose to donate towards a meal for someone who cannot afford one, and there will be a simple order option to select a free meal for yourself. 

Where possible we hope to work with local growers and suppliers to support and strengthen the exciting local food network we have in the Dyfi Valley, while also keeping our food affordable.

 

 

We welcome donations to support the work we do at the Braich Goch.

Want to help?

 

  • We currently have some access to locally grown food but we are looking for more places to source this from.

If you wish to lend a hand, put in an order or find out more, please email yosola@braichgoch-redarm.org or call 01654761256. Our menu is shared on a weekly basis on our social media. Also see below. 

 Diolch!

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Left: Our cooks- Jeanette & Sam. Middle : Maria. Right : Javier & Sam

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Our Monthly Menu

Take away night is now every Thursdays, please watch this space and be sure to place your orders here

Roll-Up Roll Up

A new food take-away project at the Braich Goch

 

We are back with a new Thursday night take away happening at the Braich Goch. This time we’re doing things a little differently and we will be serving up dishes from around the world that all have one thing in common - they’re all wrapped, folded or rolled! Everything from Mexican Burritos to Indian Kati rolls to Greek Spanakopita to Thai Lettuce wraps! Every week we will have a meat and a veggie option. All dishes will be served with satisfying sides and sauces to take them from street food snacks to hearty main meals.

If you ate our lockdown take away last year you’ll remember our ethos was affordable donation based food as a response to the crisis. This time we’ll be charging a little more, with all profits going to supporting the charitable aims of the Anne Matthews Trust at Braich Goch - working on issues of oppression and social injustice; providing a space of sanctuary and learning for young people and families of refugee and migrant backgrounds, around the country. We hope in the near future that the cooking project will become part of an internship for young people, offering training in employable skills.


Ordering will be available online Fri- Wed, or on the phone on a Wednesday. It is still  important to us that healthy and exciting food reaches those on all budgets, so this time we will be offering a ‘pay it forward option’. At check out there will be the possibility to choose to donate towards a meal for someone who cannot afford one, and there will be a simple order option to select a free meal for yourself. 

Where possible we hope to work with local growers and suppliers to support and strengthen the exciting local food network we have in the Dyfi Valley, while also keeping our food affordable.

 

 

We welcome donations to support the work we do at the Braich Goch.

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