Virtual Refugee Dinner
Stay Safe, Eat Good Food, Support Local Business
Tuesday, March 31
Join Us (Wherever You Are) for a Virtual Dinner Party!
“Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for by doing that some have entertained angels without knowing it.” – Hebrews 13:2
The most vulnerable members of our community are feeling the effects of a worldwide pandemic more than ever. Make a difference by supporting a small regugee-owned business in Salt Lake City at our Virtual Refugee Dinner, and tune in to our live stream after delivery for a dinner party like none other.
Order your meal(s) here, and have them delivered to your front door. Food is according to current FDA food preparation guidelines, taking extra precautions to ensure safe and sanitary meals. Food will be transported in a sanitary hot box and come ready to eat. Meals can be heated in an oven or microwave as an extra food safety precaution.
On Monday, March 30th, you'll receive delivery/pickup instructions and a link to our virtual after party! Tune in to connect with the community gathered to support our chef and eachother in times of uncertainty.
Ordering has closed! If you'd still like to order food from Bhutan Restaurant, they can be reached via phone at (801) 679-0945 or via email at email@example.com
You will be given the options to pick up your meal yourself, or to have it delivered to your home. If you choose to have your meal delivered, please use the delivery address as your shipping address at checkout. Meals will be delivered on Tuesday, March 31st between 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm.
You will receive an email with delivery/pickup instructions on Monday, March 30th with a link to our after party, and instructions on how to receive your order. Refunds will not be issued for pickup meals that are left at the restaurant.
Delivery is available to Salt Lake County. Orders outside of Salt Lake County will be required to pick up their order from the restaurant.
In the event of a shelter in place order, your meal will be available for pickup. If you choose not to pick up your meal, you may request a full refund until 5:00 pm Monday, March 30th, or you may notify Sunstone that you wish to donate your expense to the chef.
Meet Our Chefs
Kamal and Geeta Sharma moved to Utah with their three children in 2010. They are originally from Bhutan, but lived in Nepal before their resettlement in the United States. When asked to describe Bhutan, Kamal’s face lights up as he describes the mountains.
Bhutan House Restaurant at 1241 East 8600 South in Sandy celebrated their grand opening on Oct. 7, 2017. Chefs Kamal and Geeta are the second Spice Kitchen entrepreneurs to open a restaurant! Bhutan House is a family affair; Kamal handles the business and can often be found cooking together with Geeta and their daughters.