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GASTRONOMIQUE Chefs Unite for Vulnerable Children

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Victoria’s finest chefs are sharpening their knives for the annual Gastronomique gala food and wine charity night for Anglicare Victoria. 20 of the State’s top chefs are uniting to cook for 500 guests to help raise funds for vulnerable children.

The World Loves Melbourne is invited again this year and highly recommends Gastronomique as one of THE BEST charity events on the calendar. Last year was simply stunning as a rich night of food, entertainment and impact and influence in helping children.

Among the chefs who are donating their time, produce and expertise are Adam D’Sylva from Coda and Tonka, Dusty Treweek from Bottega, Daniel Kranjcic from Cecconi’s Flinders Lane, Ashly Hicks from Circa, Scott Pickett from Estelle, Matt Dempsey from Gladioli, Perry Schagen from The Graham, Daniel Wilson from Huxtable, Zac Cribbes from Lucy Lui, Sonia Anthony from Masons of Bendigo, Stuart Munro from Merricote, Peter Roddy from Noir, Anthony Hammel from Pei Modern, Oliver Gould from Stokehouse City, Stuart Bell from Ten Minutes by Tractor, Andy Harmer from The Point, Ben Piggot from Supernormal, Brad Simpson from The Smith, Tony Twitchett from Taxi Kitchen and Nicky Riemer from Union Dining.

Paul McDonald, CEO Anglicare Victoria said: “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”. Now in its 12th year, Gastronomique includes signature dishes, fine wine and entertainment. 

Gastronomique Date: Wednesday 25 November 2015 Time: 6:30pm – 11.45pm

Venue: Peninsula, Central Pier, 161 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands, Melbourne

Cost: $300 (including a $150 donation for which a tax receipt will be issued)

Public enquiries: Phone: (03) 9412 6157

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About Anglicare Victoria

Anglicare Victoria is Victoria’s largest foster care provider, currently housing over 400 children per night. The placements and support services give stability and a sense of hope to children unable to live with their natural families. Last year we helped 5,500 families, enabling them to achieve many of their personal goals, including parents learning new skills and developing positive relationships with their children. With over 100 programs delivered to the community through 32 locations, Anglicare Victoria aims to resource and empower children, young people and families to achieve their full potential.

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