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Enjoying Southern Comfort with friends at our house party with New Orleans jazz, Cajun Pasta and Spiced pumpkin Creole style. 🔥🔥💕🎉🙌 Let the good times roll! @southerncomfortau #southerncomfort #18+ #drinkresponsibly #ad

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Oakridge loving! 😍💖🍂@oakridgewines are hitting the high notes with top chef, amazing restaurant and cellar door, excellent service, sweeping views and this offer of 2 COURSES FOR $45! Including a glass of wine. 🍷🍴🍇👍🏻Sweet times in the Yarra Valley. #yarravalley #oakridge #pumpkinsoup

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Win $300 Dinner at Amazing Babu Ji with Opportunity International

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The World Loves Melbourne is excited about a competition to win a dinner worth $300 at Melbourne's premier Indian restaurant Babu Ji in St Kilda.  The competition is being run by charity Opportunity International, who will announce and award the winner. Follow the link to the competition website and enter!

Opportunity International are running a campaign called "Food for Thought". Entrants must answer in 25 words or less “How would you like to celebrate Food For Thought? Entries will be judged for the most creative response.

 

The competition will run until 30 September.

 

Judging will take place 2nd October

 

The prize for Melbourne is: Food and drinks to the value of $300 @ Babu Ji.

 

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Babu Ji was the perfect location for our  "Food for Thought" campaign dinner, being the best Indian restaurant in Melbourne, as well as India being a major nation where Opportunity International operates. Micro loans in Third World countries, with astonishing 98% payback rates (surely higher than in Melbourne). Donations to Opportunity International help with the funds pool. Andy Philp from Opportunity International told us they were assisting 3 million families in Asia, 2.2 million in India, and a huge impact in South America and Africa. Some 94% of loans go to women.

Mani Babuji was on hand to bless us with his generous hospitality and get behind this amazing cause. Mani himself came from humble beginnings in small Indian village, grew up on a farm and had a determination to never give up. Mani spoke about giving an opportunity to those who are not privileged. His passion is also to create a top notch restaurant where people can smile after a good meal (we were this night!). Mani has plans for a Food Truck, by which he intends to help the homeless as part of the Food Trucks' operation.

Enter now!

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