February 11, 2020
MLC’s established restaurant training facility, Terrace Restaurant and student-led café, Krome Eats are open for business once again in 2020. Boasting a delicious and reasonably-priced dining experience for the public to enjoy, Terrace Restaurant and Krome Eats also give our Senior School students the opportunity to hone their skills and earn accreditations in a fully-equipped commercial kitchen, behind the bar, making coffee or serving patrons front of house.
 

The Terrace Restaurant

The Terrace Restaurant offers a more formal dining experience for parents, families, teachers or friends of the College. Our Year 12 students are behind every single function of the restaurant, from taking the orders, to plating up, serving drinks, brewing coffees and settling the bill.

Entrees and desserts will set you back a mere $10 each, while mains as delicious as Nicoise salad with grilled tuna, or Chicken pot au feu are only $15 a pop.

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The Terrace Restaurant will once again welcome a roster of talented Guest Chefs to the kitchen this year, to pass on the tools of their trade to our lucky students. We’re pleased to welcome Victor Liong from Lee Ho Fook (new style Chinese Cuisine) to MLC in Term 1.

As an education-led restaurant training facility, students earn a Certificate III in Food and Beverage or Commercial Cookery upon successfully completing their course. This operates as part of MLC’s VCE VET program which offers a number of diverse pathways for students to pursue as part of their Year 12 studies.

For less than the price of a pub feed, dine in style at the Terrace Restaurant! Bookings are essential. Please reserve your place ahead of time to avoid disappointment.

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The details:

Select Thursday lunchtime services throughout Terms 1, 2 and 3. 12.00 pm start with final orders taken 12.15 pm.

Bookings are essential, follow the link to reserve your place.

*Please note that allergies and changes to the menu cannot be catered for in 2020.
 

Krome Eats

Too short on time to enjoy a formal lunch? Our Year 11 students have you covered with our student café experience, Krome Eats. Designed as a more relaxed alternative to our sit-down lunch service, our in-house café serves hearty bites, quick snacks and cold drinks – no bookings required.

Prices start from as low as $3 for a brownie, icecream and berries, while mains like a grilled chicken and avocado focaccia or soba noodle poke bowl with chicken or salmon could set you back as little as $12. Drinks range from $2.50 to $6 each, so even with expensive tastes you’re guaranteed change from a $20 bill.

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Our Krome Eats student café has the pleasure of welcoming a whole host of Guest Chefs again this year; from the people behind Hawthorn’s Ribs n’ Burgers, to Mr and Mrs Banh Mi and local café Marci just to name a few. The girls will also be putting their skills towards helping those in need, with a $10 Chicken Parma deal happening late March with all proceeds going to charity.

Whether you’re grabbing a quick bite, or settling down for a casual dine-in experience, our student café is not to be missed. Mark your calendars with our full list of dates here.

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The details:

Select Friday lunchtime services throughout Terms 1-4. Bookings are non-essential for takeaway, dine-in service available via booking.

*Please note that allergies and changes to the menu cannot be catered for in 2020.
 

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