Sharing a feast all about caring

Cafe Victor chef Carlos Saliba offers roast pork to Rivalea’s Paul Da Silva and Carevan’s Di Mant ahead of next week’s A Roman Feast to Share event. Picture: John Russell
Cafe Victor chef Carlos Saliba offers roast pork to Rivalea’s Paul Da Silva and Carevan’s Di Mant ahead of next week’s A Roman Feast to Share event. Picture: John Russell

Ever wanted to be hand fed grapes in Roman opulence? Well you can now come close and all in the name of charity.

Next Tuesday, Carevan will put on a five-course Roman feast at Cafe Victor featuring locally produced donated delicacies such as stuffed Murray Valley pork served with a grape sauce.

Carevan chief executive Di Mant said the money raised would enable them to continue providing 300 hot meals a week to the Border’s homeless and disadvantaged.

“We’re delighted that Rivalea and Cafe Victor are supporting us in this way,” she said.

“We’d love to see the community come along and support Carevan.”

Cafe Victor chef Carlos Saliba said diners could expect a selection of shared plates including crumbed olives, summer fruits and boutique beer and wines.

“It will be a very nice evening with a variety of food from the Mediterranean region,” he said.

To book a $90 ticket for A Roman Feast to Share visit carevan.com.au or phone Di Mant on 0410 771 046.