Autumn Scarf Dinners at Cassette

A great feed that’ll make you feel good in more ways than one.
Libby Curran
Published on March 20, 2023


After a dinner date idea that'll satisfy your taste buds while helping support a great cause? You'll find it in Kensington this autumn as social enterprise Scarf returns for its latest life-changing dinner series.

The hospitality training and mentorship program has clocked up 13 years of helping marginalised youth and those from migrant backgrounds make their way into the hospitality industry. And every Wednesday from March 15–May 10 (except April 26), it's continuing this important work, popping up at sustainability-focused eatery Cassette for a fresh run of weekly feasts.

Ben Moynihan

Run by the newest batch of Scarf trainees and their mentors, the two-course dinners clock in at $55 per person, showcasing a seasonal, produce-driven menu by Cassette Head Chef Laura Boulton.

Not only can diners feel good about doing their bit for the Scarf program, but there's the added bonus of the night's feed being super sustainable, thanks to Cassette's zero-waste approach and commitment to minimising food mileage. The eatery is powered by 100-percent accredited GreenPower energy and even has a Closed Loop bio-composter that repurposes all of its food waste.

Cassette, by Ben Moynihan

Top image: Roger Ungers


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