International Dinner Series

Inland Curry is hosting a pop-up dinner series throughout 2018 featuring home-style cuisines with guest cooks from Spokane's refugee and immigrant communities.

Upcoming Dinners

Kurdish Night

Date: July 28th
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Location: Unitarian Universalist Church of Spokane (4340 W. Fort George Wright Dr.)
Cost: $25/person


Freekeh (Green durum wheat with chicken and cashews)

Sumaghiyyeh (Beef stew with eggplant, chickpeas, onions, garlic, and mint)

Roasted Vegetables 

Roasted Magda with Tomatoes 

Rice Pudding


If you would like to attend, please send an email to and let us know how many seats you would like us to reserve.

Previous Dinners

June Dinner - "Peru Night" 

Date: June 9th
Time 6:00 p.m.
Location: Unitarian Universalist Church of Spokane (4340 W Fort George Wright Dr)
Cost: $25 per person

"Peru Night," with guest cook Yoni, featured an amazing spread of traditional Peruvian cuisine, which included:


Quinoa soup
Causa rellenas (potatoes, avacados, shrimp)

Main Menu: 

Lomo saltado (beef, potatoes, onions, tomatoes, rice)
Aji de gallina (chicken, potatoes, rice)


Rice and milk
Almond coconut cake

April Dinner - "Kenyan Night"

Date: April 21st
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Location: Westminster Congregational Church (411 S. Washington)
Cost: $25 per person

"Kenyan Night," with guest cook Maureen, featured  cuisine from three of Kenya's tribal regions: Luhya, Luo, and Coast Province.


Beef Pilau
Tilapia Stew
Mushenye (mashed sweet potatoes and beans)
Maharagwe Ya Nazi (beans cooked in coconut milk)
Cabbage and Kale
Basmati Rice
Kenyan Tea


February Dinner - "Afghan Night"

Our second dinner, "Afghan Night," was held in February, and was a celebration of Afghani cuisine with guest cooks Zakia and Najia. Guests enjoyed dishes including Qabali Pulao (rice and vegetables), Biryani (chicken with rice), Do Piaza (Beef curry), Bamia (Oakra), and Maast (Afghani yogurt).

January Dinner - "Momo Night"

Our first dinner--"Momo Night"-- took place at The Spokane Woman's Club on January 12th, and featured Nepali  cuisine with guest cook Pingala Dhital. Attendees learned how to make Nepali dumplings ("momos"), and enjoyed several authentic vegetarian dishes from Nepal. You can see photos from the night on our Instagram page.