Are you a restaurateur or independent chef and want to give a special flavour to an exceptional dinner or a Sunday brunch?
Through the creation of a 4-hands menu or a fusion cuisine with one of our cooks, you will be able to put their culture and traditions in the spotlight, and give your customers a moment of discovery, exchange and friendliness.
Do you fancy going on a taste trip?
Meet us at our next events and follow our partner restaurants!
Do you want to learn about cuisine from elsewhere? o spend an exceptional moment with a cook from the Stamteam? To learn how to concoct the delicious Halawet El Jeben from Fatema or the famous Khinkali from Daji?
Ask for a quote!
The workshops are perfectly suited to a "team building" moment, an evening with friends or a parent-child moment.
Do you want to learn how to make one of the cook's home country recipes?
Come and share a friendly moment around the kitchen counter with one of the Brigade cooks!
Are you a restaurateur or independent chef and want to celebrate a refugee cook’s talents? Are you a fan of world cuisine and want to taste the chefs' recipes?
In Strasbourg, the Refugee Food Festival has been co-sponsored by Stamtish since 2019.
Each year, RFF partner establishments welcome refugee cooks in their kitchens. The curious can discover the cultural richness and the talent of refugees on their plates.
The Refugee Food Festival has existed in Paris since 2016 and takes place each year in dozens of cities. From Strasbourg to Athens, via San Francisco, Florence, New York, and many other cities, many restaurateurs have welcomed and collaborated with talented refugee cooks.
What if your restaurant participated in the next edition?
Are you a competitor and a fan of cooking? We have put on a great spread to offer you an exceptional concept.
Take a seat at the table, but be patient: you will have to rack your brains to find the passwords allowing you to unlock each of the three dishes that make up your meal. Pssst…! It seems the walls have ears, clues will emanate from the kitchen.
This fun, interactive and sensory experience
will seduce you to strengthen the bonds of your team, or spend a friendly moment with family or friends ... while sharing tasty and gourmet moments.
At Stamtish, we are strongly convicted that food is a vector which enables discussion and exchange between people from diverse backgrounds. Thus, through the intermediary of food, Stamtish promotes the fight against discriminations, and works towards a more inclusive society.
Raising awareness among civil society regarding migration and the environment is an important part of the project since it allows a lasting inclusion of migrants in the territory.
Informal education and educational activities revolving around migration and cooking are used to raise awareness, in a transversal way, during each of our actions (pop-ups, workshops, escape-games).
Stamtish organizes migration awareness activities for companies, schools and public events.