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Transient Diner: Apprentice Chefs Test Their Skills

Transient Diner: Apprentice Chefs Test Their Skills
Design & Architecture
Claudia Cukrov
  • 17 march 2009

Tired of taking the back bench in five star kitchens, an anonymous apprentice chef  from Sydney created Transient Diner to give other apprentice chefs the opportunity to try their luck at running a ‘virtual’ restaurant for a night.

Those lucky enough to partake in the experience must locate a possible venue, design the menu, create a restaurant theme and source staff, testing their skills without the responsibility of financing a real restaurant.

Conducted monthly, prospective diners must register their interest via email and wait for an acceptance response.  Address, dress code and time information are sent to patrons via text message on the day of the dinner.

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