India is currently in a COVID-19 crisis and the news is spreading fast across social media, with support flooding in across the globe to assist the country with the lifesaving equipment needed to break through the other side.
In aid of their motherland, popular Adelaide restaurant Daughter in Law are hosting a “Curry for relief” night at the venue to raise much needed funds to donate oxygen bottles, food and medical supplies.
The special event will take place on Wednesday 19 May and 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Hemkunt Foundation, who have spent the last 10 years transforming the lives of those in India, especially with recent COVID-19 relief.
The menu will be similar to what you can usually expect on Daughter in Law’s tasting menu, which boasts incredible offerings such as “unauthentic” butter chicken, marinated in yoghurt and ginger, as well as decadent Hiramas a kingfish ceviche and freshly shucked oysters.
Tickets are priced at $80.00 and not only include a mouth-watering Australian-Indian feast, but also a signature Daughter in Law cocktail (or wine) upon arrival to wash it down and support India in the most delicious way imaginable.
Daughter in Law established their Adelaide roots in February off the back of award-winning chef and owner Jessi Singh’s impressive repertoire of international acclaim and has since become a hot spot for foodies in the east-end precinct.
An incredible cause hosted by an incredible venue and the perfect opportunity to support both a local Adelaide venue as well as our international friends in India.
Bookings are currently open for the relief night at Daughter in Law with several timeslots available, and you can book them on their website here.
Find Daughter In Law at 290 Rundle Street.