The Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation is raring to go with the Turning the Tables online auction set to go live this Thursday April 18 at 9am AEST and running until Sunday April 28 at 5pm AEST.
Supporting a good-cause, individuals can try their luck at nabbing enviable dining gift cards from the likes of Brae, Estelle, Donovans, Phillippa’s, Market Lane Coffee, and many of Australia’s finest establishments.
Bidders will also have a chance to go head to head to bid on a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity at Sydney’s iconic Billy Kwong, where owner and head chef Kylie Kwong will greet the party of two and personally design their menu for the evening. As announced by Kylie at the start of 2019, Billy Kwong will be closing in the next few months making this an even more unique and sought after experience.
Set your calendar reminder and head to www.32auctions.com/sakgfturningthetables to bid on the enviable dining experiences at the following delectable venues:
- Billy Kwong
- T etsuya’s
- Ciao Cielo
- Beatrix Bakes
- Casa Carboni
- Bar Lourinhã
- Market Lane Coffee
- Yarra Valley Dairy
- 100 Burgers
- That’s Amore Cheese
For those who like to keep it a little more low-key, for the month of April diners can continue to add a donation to their bill at participating restaurants, cafes and food retailers. With a bunch of top-notch venues getting onboard, there are plenty of choices, including some of last year’s favourites Rare Hare, Pastuso, Grossi Grill, Geralds Bar and Ezard, along with newcomers Earl Canteen, Tulum, Greasy Zoes, Gapsted Wines and The Kitchen Door at Penny’s Hill – to name a handful.
“Turning the Tables, an initiative of the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation, needs help to support the expanding food education movement in Australian schools and early childhood services. Our kitchen garden students quickly develop an active interest in all aspects of growing and enjoying fresh, delicious and responsibly produced food. I hope that food lovers everywhere will want to support this campaign,” says Stephanie Alexander AO.