Q & A with Rene Spence from Uncle

As part of 'Stay Home with Scarf', we're checking in with some of Scarf's awesome partner restaurants and sponsors. Read more

2020: Scarf and COVID-19

Scarf started the year (our tenth year!) with high hopes, huge goals, and big appetites. Our plans may have changed but we're doing our best to ensure we continue impacting young lives. Read more

Scarf Auspices CoVid-19 E.A.D

Scarf has just become the auspice organisation for CoVid-19 Employee Assistance Directive, a new not-for-profit feeding Melbourne hospo workers who've been left jobless in the current pandemic. Read more

Stay Home with Scarf

Current restaurant restrictions mean Scarf Dinners are on hold for the foreseeable future. So, during this time, we're encouraging our regular diners (and new supporters!) to 'Stay Home with Scarf'. Read more

Melbourne Women's Fund supports Scarf

With support from the Melbourne Women's Fund, we're excited to be running a special short-course for young women from protection-seeking, refugee and migrant backgrounds in 2020. Read more

Autumn Scarf Dinners are postponed

Scarf and our fabulous restaurant partner for the upcoming season, Stomping Ground Beer Hall, have together made the difficult decision to postpone Autumn Scarf Dinners until further notice. Read more

We Love Stomping Ground!

We're thrilled to announce that our partnership with this community-minded brewery is going from strength to strength. Read more

Spring Scarf Dinners at Garden State Hotel

We’re partnering with Garden State Hotel for Spring Scarf ’19. Scarf trainees and mentors will look after the front of house and the Garden State Hotel chefs will cook. Read more

Scarf is popping up at Ladro

We’re thrilled to announce we’re running two ‘Pop Up’ Scarf Dinners at renowned Italian restaurant Ladro in Fitzroy on Monday 9 and Monday 16 September. Read more

Scarf ‘Tasting Plate’ with Inner North Community Foundation

Scarf is now recruiting front-of-house trainees for a free, 3 day ‘Tasting Plate’ hospitality short course, running in partnership with Inner North Community Foundation. Read more

Ngot would like to share some good news…

Today is World Refugee Day, and we’re taking the opportunity to celebrate the immense courage, resilience and valuable contributions made by refugees to Australian society. Meet Scarf graduate Ngot. Read more

Scarf Dinners head to Vietnam… via Collins St!

Winter Scarf Dinners will run at Uncle, 1/15 Collins St, Melbourne. The season will run on Tuesdays from 9 July – 27 August and a two-course set menu is $45 per head, with Scarf trainees and mentors looking after the front of house and the Uncle chefs doing the cooking. Read more