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    Sri Lankan Feast for Good - Tamil New Year Celebrations!

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    Hey Melbourne, fancy celebrating the Sri Lankan Tamil New Year with us*? Come and join us on Tuesday 16th April at Collingwood's Molly Rose Brewing, with former refugee Chef Niro Vithyasekar from Tuka Tuka Kothu Roti Man. He will be cooking a 3-course feast on the night, vegetarians and vegans are catered for too. There's also a special dance performance to bring the New Year vibes. 

    "I was introduced to cooking by my mother, and as I am the oldest brother, I helped with preparing meals most days anyway." - Chef Niro Vithyasekar

    There will be lots of drinks available thanks to the Molly Rose Brewing team. And there's more, we're doing a Raffle Draw, with prizes including books and a Hamper with Bite! Raffle sales will be donated to Palmera, a charity that provides food relief to villages in Sri Lanka.  Guests can also opt to donate a portion of their tickets to Palmera.


    Thank you to Molly Rose Brewing for hosting us again!

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    Menu translations: Vadai is a savoury, donut-shaped snack made from pulses, soft on the inside, crispy on the outside. Seeni sambol is caramelised onion chutney, papadam is a thin, deep-fried dough used for scooping up sauces, coconut payasam is made from coconut milk, cashews, raw rice & jaggery (suggarcane & toddy)

    April 26 menu
    Yellow background, red text. Two logos in the bottom, Molly Rose Brewing in a white square, black text, bottom left corner. Welcome Merchant in red & blue, bottom right corner

    *Welcome Merchant is a social enterprise that collaborates with refugee-owned businesses. We promote them for free on our online directory and social media channels. We also run free skill building workshops for these entrepreneurs. We split the ticket costs and food costs with the refugee chef partner 50/50. Your ticket purchase will go a long way to helping refugees and people seeking asylum.


    Niro at his kothu roti stall
    ID: Niro standing at his stall, with a big chopping knife in his right hand, chopped up roti in front. He's wearing a blue jacket with his black Tuka Tuka Kothu Roti Man shirt underneath, denim shorts. He's wearing a dark cap. He's smiling, his face tilted to the left side.


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