Join chefs Lek Trirattanavatin and Tan Nguyen for a deliciously innovative collaboration breakfast.
Orphans Kitchen has a tasty collaboration brewing that's simply too good to miss.
On Friday, August 11, Saan's head chef Lek Trirattanavatin, will curate a Thai-inspired breakfast dish to pair alongside a Vietnamese breakfast dish, dreamed up by Orphans' day chef Tan Nguyen.
Chef Lek was born and raised in north-eastern Thailand, and is passionate about the role locally-sourced produce and good food plays in bringing people together.
Tan Nguyen was born in Vinh (the North Central Coast of Vietnam), and has worked with Orphans Kitchen's head chef and co-owner Thomas Hishon for the past six years. On Friday, August 11, guests will be treated to a flavoursome collaboration breakfast with a twist, with both chefs drawing on their Asian heritage to curate the ultimate dining experience.
Guests will receive a two-course Thai and Vietnamese-inspired breakfast paired with coffee and house-made juice. Ten per cent of the morning's proceeds will be donated to Lifewise, a charity chef Lek says is their way of showing those in need "we consider ourselves very fortunate to have enough food to eat, as well as warm, dry homes to live in, and particularly during this cold winter have been thinking of those who are not so lucky."
To read more or secure your tickets for this event, see the Orphans Kitchen website here.