Scarf Pop Up Dinners

Mon 11th September, 2017 – Mon 18th September, 2017
105 Victoria Street Seddon 3011
Price: $45
Providing pathways into the workforce for young refugees and asylum seekers.

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

Booking details required:
Name and phone number
Preferred date
Preferred time (5.30pm, 6pm, 6.30pm, 7pm, 7.30pm or 8pm)
Number of guests