Scarf – the social initiative providing hospitality training to young refugees and asylum seekers – is holding two pop-up dinners at Copper Pot in Seddon.
These two dinners will give recent trainees a chance to put their new skills into practice, by assuming front of house duties in a real restaurant setting. The goal is to facilitate long-term employment.
Copper Pot owner and chef Ashley Davis will be taking care of the food – a two-course set menu at $45 per head. The menu will have a European influence, typical of Davis’ cooking, including polenta arancini with smoked tomato jam; beef cheek, celeriac, red wine, citrus and broad bean tips; and smoked rainbow trout, root vegetable chowder and peas.
Dinners will be held on Monday September 11 and 18. Bookings are essential and can be made via email to email@example.com.
Booking details required:
Name and phone number
Preferred time (5.30pm, 6pm, 6.30pm, 7pm, 7.30pm or 8pm)
Number of guests