The New Restaurant Donating All Their Profits To Fight Domestic Violence

By Phoebe McRae
3rd Mar 2017

It’s time to get your feast on for a good cause thanks to The Song Kitchen. This new Surry Hills eatery is donating all of its profits to the fight against domestic violence, so it’s safe to say you’ll be in the hands of legends.

Dishing up a mouth-watering menu all day, erryday (welll, kinda), this not-for-profit eatery specialties include buttermilk pancakes for breakfast, oysters for lunch and grain fed sirloin for dinner (yes, they can do everything). Oh, and did we mention chef Charlotte Gonzales comes from the likes of Felix and Fred’s? Now you now it’s got to be good.

100% of profits from the Song Kitchen will go directly to YWCA NSW programs and services supporting women and children escaping domestic violence, so enjoy a wine (or two), knowing every sip might actually do some good.

The Details:

What: The Song Kitchen
Where: The Song Hotel, Wentworth Avenue, Surry Hills

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The Song Kitchen | Image credit: Ben Walton

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