Turkey, Nepal, Tibet, Peru, Japan – you name it and Union Square in Somerville probably has an ethnic restaurant boasting the cuisine. And now there’s a way for you to try it all without burning a hole in your wallet.
“YUM: A Taste of Immigrant City” is an initiative launched in 2010 by The Welcome Project,which caters to the immigrant community in Somerville. The $10 card 2012 YUM card (you can buy it online, of course) gives buyers a chance to eat out at the immigrant-run Union Square restaurants giving you a 10 percent discount on every $25 that you spend.
How’s that for a great food deal? Check out the details in a story written for the Journal by Mekhala Roy:
Here’s some YUMmy news to whet your appetite.
There is a cheaper, and healthier, way to embark on a food-filled adventure — pleasing your palate with cuisines from around the world — without having to leave the city of Somerville.
Indulge your taste buds with the succulent kebabs from Turkey; melt-in-the-mouth momos from Nepal; hearty wat from Ethiopia and fresh pasta from Italy with the 2012 YUM restaurant card…