UNICEF and Australia’s best chefs #CookForSyria this June
The conflict in Syria remains one of the world’s largest humanitarian crises affecting more than eight million children.
To support UNICEF’s lifesaving work in Syria, Australia’s top chefs are coming together this June and creating a special dinner at Three Blue Ducks Rosebery, Sydney. Hosted by UNICEF Australia Ambassador, Adam Liaw, the dinner held on Monday 18 June, is part of a month-long, nationwide fundraising initiative, #CookForSyria, in aid of UNICEF Australia’s Syria Crisis Appeal for Children.
Over 15 of the country’s best chefs are collaborating to create an unforgettable night, serving their signature dishes with a Syrian-inspired twist.
Kylie Kwong – Billy Kwong, NSW
Carol & Sharon Salloum – Almond Bar, NSW
Jordan Toft – Bert’s, NSW
Mark LaBrooy & Andy Allen – Three Blue Ducks
Luke Powell – LPs Quality Meats, NSW
Palisa Anderson – Chat Thai, NSW
Josh Niland – Saint Peter, NSW
Matt Stone & Jo Barrett – Oakridge Wines, VIC
Duncan Welgemoed – Africola, SA
Paul Carmichael – Momofuku Seiōbo, NSW
Lennox Hastie – Firedoor, NSW
James Viles – Biota, NSW
Monty Koludrovic – Icebergs, NSW
Jacqui Challinor – NOMAD, NSW
Andy Bowdy – Saga, NSW
Gregory Llewellyn – Hartsyard, NSW
The dinner will kick off at 6.30pm on Monday 18 June, at Three Blue Ducks in Rosebery.
Tickets are $280/ person (plus booking fee) and will include canapés, cocktails on arrival, a shared Syrian-inspired feast and wines.
Get your ticket HERE