Scarf are a Melbourne community not-for-profit organisation that has been providing help to the hospitality industry to find and train workers for almost 12 years, and in doing so has transformed the lives of 293 refugees and migrants and resilient young people seeking protection - so far!
Many of our casual staff over the years have been trained with Scarf, and we have been a sponsor of their programs since 2015.
Spring Scarf Dinners will be held every Wednesday night from October 12 - November 30 at Melbourne's Liminal, with all front-of house roles performed by Scarf trainees.
Guests will enjoy a $49 two course set menu designed by Hazel head chef Oliver Edwards, including Loafer Bread sourdough and Mount Zero EVOO, smoked barramundi with asparagus, and pork scotch accompanied by Ramarro Farm greens, with drinks, sides and desserts available for purchase.
Scarf Dinners are an integral part of the organisation's program offering, enabling participants to gain real, hands-on front-of-house experience in a supportive environment. All trainees are paid the Restaurant Industry Award rate for their work during Scarf Dinners, thanks to support from the Bennelong Foundation and Diageo.