23 October 2020

VET Kitchen Operations and Hospitality students table service assessment

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The VET Certificate II Kitchen Operations and Certificate III Hospitality (Combo) students delivered an outstanding table service assessment sit down lunch for 20 Murray Bridge High School staff guests on Friday 23rd October.

Half the class worked back of house under the guidance of TAFE lecturer Chris Imgraben preparing the most delicious dishes which included a starter of frittata, caesar salad, lentil and goat cheese salad and an antipasto plate. This was followed by a roast chicken in lemon and garlic sauce with roasted capsicum served with broccolini. Under the watchful eye of TAFE lecturer Mary Fiora the other half of the class worked front of house with the set up and pull down, meeting and greeting guests, assisting with seating and attentive table service.

The sit down lunch concluded with freshly made donuts dressed with chocolate fruit and delicate pansy decorations served with barista coffee made to your liking. But who would order a skinny milk chai latte after a banquet meal like this!

Part of the proceeds of the lunch will go back into the community as a ‘pay it forward’ gesture. Congratulations to all the students with the assessment. Staff were very impressed and grateful for the opportunity to see the students shine through their VET course.  Students will be catering for their families on Friday 30th October in reverse groups.