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Refugee Chef Dinner Banquet

What you’ll do

Enjoy a delicious dinner banquet with a different cuisine each time and support refugees!

Join a small group and enjoy a tasty two or three course banquet at bohemian cafe Parliament on King. You’ll sample food from the homelands of asylum seekers and refugees (think Burmese/Rohingya, Iraqi, Iranian, Palestinean, Nepali, Sri Lankan, Ugandan and more). Each dinner banquet has a different chef and menu, and we often keep it a surprise until the night. Your hosts will invite the chefs to share their stories, and you’re more than welcome to ask them questions about the food they’ve prepared and their stories of how they have come to Australia.

The dinner is hosted in the cosy front room of Parliament on King. Parliament on King’s mission is simple: to make lovely food. But in doing this they address the barriers to economic, social and cultural participation asylum seekers, refugees and recent arrivals to Australia face, by providing real work, training and community. All proceeds from this event go towards funding Parliament on King’s important work.

Catch up with friends, hear stories first-hand from refugees and asylum seekers and enjoy delicious food – what are you waiting for?

What’s included

  • 2 hour activity
  • 2 to 3 course meal (dependant on the menu)
  • Exclusive use of an intimate venue
  • Licensed venue with a range of alcohol and drinks available for purchase
  • Photos and futher resources shared after the experience

Group details

Perfect for: Solo travellers, couples, small groups and families. You’ll be in a fun and friendly group consisting mostly of locals with some visitors to Sydney.

Group size: 8 – 12 people. You can also book the event out if you have 10 people ready to attend – contact us to arrange a date.

Age range: This experience is great for all ages.

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