Beroea Kitchen in the New York Times (Jan. 12, 2018)

The response has been overwhelming. The couple have been invited to cater events at City Hall, the University of Toronto and the local offices of Uber. But while Mr. Fattal feels great pride in sharing the story of Aleppo’s grand culinary tradition, he questions whether some Canadians are fetishizing Syrian refugees...READ MORE

Beroea Kitchen in the Toronto Star, (May 24, 2017)

The food, for Toronto’s first Refugees Welcome dinner, was prepared by Syrian couple Amir and Nour Fattal, who arrived here from Turkey in July after they were sponsored by a group of Toronto residents...READ MORE

Beroea Kitchen in the Globe and Mail, (July 31, 2017)

The Fattals lived in Aleppo until 2012, when they left for Turkey after a bomb hit their apartment building. In July, 2016, they arrived in Canada with their daughter, Sally, through the private refugee sponsorship program...READ MORE

Beroea Kitchen on Indie88, (Sept. 14, 2017)

Amir and Nour both relocated from Syria after their apartment was hit by a bomb. The two, along with their newborn daughter, moved to Canada in 2016 thanks to a private sponsorship program...READ MORE

Westside Refugee Response talks private sponsorship with Amnesty International, (Sept. 22, 2017)

Were in a video for Amnesty! Definitely one of the cooler moments in life. WATCH THE VIDEO