Four of the Sunshine Coast’s leading chefs will be up for auction at the next Cattleman’s and Cabernet Lunch at Montego’s restaurant on Friday 30 October to help raise money for the Bloomhill Cancer Help Centre.
Guests at the regular Sunshine Coast event will have the opportunity to bid for Tony Kelly from the Wine Bar, Lyn Howard of Lyn’s Place, The Boat Shed’s Adam Marrable and Montego’s own Daniel Jarrett.
Bloomhill committee member Brett Graham said the Cattleman’s Lunch was a great way to raise much needed funds for the local charity while enjoying a restaurant quality meal cooked in your home from one of the Coast’s leading chefs and savouring some great wines selected by Purple Palate.
“We are thrilled to have such prominent local chefs donate their time to support Bloomhill. We all know that their time is precious because of the hours they work so it’s a great opportunity to enjoy their company and food in the comfort of your own home,” Brett said.
Daniel Jarrett has recently returned as head chef at Montego’s after a six month break and said he was looking forward to participating in the auction.
“I hope there are lots of keen bidders on the day, best of all we get to support Bloomhill which does a great job supporting so many local people affected by cancer,” Daniel said.
All proceeds from the lunch and auction will go to Bloomhill, which supports people with cancer and their families throughout the Sunshine Coast. This local charity receives no on-going government funding and is reliant on the community for support.
A number of prominent local businesses are supporting the lunch including Mick’s Meat Barn, the Fruit Shed, Brown’s Seafood and Purple Palate wines.
The Cattleman’s and Cabernet Sauvignon lunch will be held at Montego’s on the Bay Kawana Island and kicks off at midday on Friday October 30th. Tickets are $90 each and include beer on arrival, a two course meal featuring the famous cattleman’s steak and red wines to accompany.
For bookings please call Montego’s on (07) 5493 2611.