Autumn Scarf Dinners will run on Tuesday nights at Collingwood’s Rupert on Rupert from April 5 – May 24. We’ve recruited a brand new bunch of keen trainees for this program, and they’re excited to build their knowledge, skills, confidence and networks. Scarf trainees are young people seeking protection, and young people from refugee and new migrant communities who face barriers to work. During the Autumn Scarf season, the trainees will learn all the ins and outs of front of house service, whilst being supported by their mentors, who come from fantastic venues like Bomba, The Lincoln, St Cloud, The Grand Hyatt and Shebeen.
Rupert on Rupert have have created a delightful two course set menu (entree + main, $40 per person). Head chef Megan Morgan and her team will take care of the cooking, with gorgeous dishes like an entree of heirloom tomato, mint, beetroot and goat’s curd. Mains include spicy jerk chicken with pickled cucumber, lime and coriander. And if you’ve got room, you’ll probably want to splash out and try the chocolate kingston tart, served with fior di latte vanilla from Pidapipo.
As always, we’re offering a fabulous drinks list thanks to generous support from red + white and Mezzanine Wine, Little Creatures, The West Winds Gin, Casa Mariol Vermut Negre and Daylesford & Hepburn Mineral Springs Co.
We are now taking bookings for our Scarf Tasting Plate Pop Up Dinner at Belleville. Please choose Monday 18 April on the Dimmi calendar if you would like to book in for this special, one-off dinner.