Musrara as a growing playground. In yards, on the streets, and along the edges, the abundance is green and fragrant, flourishing between stone houses and climbing over fences. This is not exotic or unique vegetation, on the contrary – local and seasonal, it is so familiar that it becomes transparent.
This is where the act of gathering comes in, breaking down the plenty through collecting, cataloguing, and preserving flavors, textures, and seasons.
But what do you do with it?
Break down and consume. Or simply – use. And serve for the visitor’s pleasure.