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Adelaide’s Celeb Chefs Hit The City For Soup Project

No plans for lunch this Wednesday? Head over to the East End Cellars and support a wonderful cause as the ‘City Soup Project’ launches today!

Unsure of what to eat for lunch this Wednesday? Head over to the city’s East End Cellars today as the ‘City Soup Project’ launches. Celebrity chefs including Simon Bryant are leaving their restaurant kitchens and heading out to the streets of Adelaide.

From today, each Wednesday from 12:30pm until sold out, a different chef will grace the East End Cellars, serving bowls of delicious soup with warm crusty bread. Chef Simon Bryant will be the first to serve up a wholesome winter soup for $15 in hopes of helping to fill the bellies of the homeless.

The concept is simple. Pay $15 for an amazing bowl of soup made and served up by one of Adelaide’s leading chefs, and then make a donation on top to help feed the city’s homeless as well. If you donate $10 on top of your $15 soup, you’ll be able to make a real difference.

Cheong Liew, one of Australia’s most celebrated Chefs, and Duncan Welgemoed, Head Chef of Africola, will also make their way to East End Cellars over the coming Wednesdays, to serve up one hundred bowls of their very own creation.

All donations are welcome and all proceeds will be donated to the Hutt Street Center, helping those less fortunate and who are roughing it out on the streets this winter.

Don’t miss out! Pre-order a bowl online and donate to support a tremendous cause here.

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