MELBOURNE | Food with a purpose is always something we can get behind, and Anglicare Victoria‘s Gastronomique certainly fits the bill. Now in it’s 12th year, this night of signature dishes, fine wine and entertainment is both a highlight in the Melbourne food and wine diary, and an evening in which to support those in need.
Gastronomique brings together 20 of Victoria’s best chefs and restaurants. The chefs donate their time and produce to cook for 500 people to raise money to support children, young people and families.
Chefs who are donating their time, produce and expertise in 2016 include:
- Adam D’Sylva – Coda and Tonka
- Dusty Treweek – Bottega
- Daniel Kranjcic – Cecconi’s Flinders Lane
- Ashly Hicks – Circa, The Prince
- Scott Pickett – Estelle
- Matt Dempsey – Gladioli
- Perry Schagen – The Graham
- Daniel Wilson – Huxtable
- Zac Cribbe – Lucy Lui
- Sonia Anthony – Masons of Bendigo
- Stuart Munro – Merricote
- Peter Roddy – Noir
- Anthony Hammel – Pei Modern
- Oliver Gould – Stokehouse City
- Stuart Bell – Ten Minutes by Tractor
- Andy Harmer – The Point
- Ben Piggot – Supernormal
- Brad Simpson – The Smith
- Tony Twitchett – Taxi Kitchen
- Nicky Riemer – Union Dining
To say that the list is impressive is an understatement!
In the words of Paul McDonald, CEO of Anglicare Victoria
If you love food, wine and want to support the state’s most disadvantaged and vulnerable children then don’t miss Gastronomique. It is a magnificent three course culinary journey.
You can count us in.
When: Wednesday 25 November 2016, 6:30pm to 11.45pm
Tickets: $300.00 (includes a $150.00 donation for which a tax receipt will be issued)
Where: Peninsula. Central Pier, 161 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands, Melbourne