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Someof Perth’s top hospitality figures will gather for a feast on February 24 as La Chaîne des Rôtisseurs holds its annual charity brunch and auction, for the benefit of Lifeline WA.

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Some of Perth’s top hospitality figures will gather for a feast on February 24 as La Chaîne des Rôtisseurs holds its  annual charity brunch and auction, for the benefit of Lifeline WA.

All the equipment and victuals are donated by the members of the gastronomic society, with an array of dishes prepared by top chefs, such as Perth Convention Exhibition Centre executive chef Adrian Tobin.

The split of total takings on the day is 75 per cent to Lifeline WA and 25 per cent to the society’s Youth Development Program. The event raised a record $20,000 last year.

The very exclusive banquet has limited capacity and gives priority to La Chaîne des Rôtisseurs members and Lifeline WA friends and guests.

If you do not have connections in those circles and want a piece of the brunch, it is possible to book a VIP table of 10 from $2,500. Contact La Chaîne des Rôtisseurs or Lifeline WA.

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Two of Perth’s entertainment industry heavyweights have been recognised in the past few weeks for their culinary contributions to the catering scene.

Only a couple of months after receiving the Gold Plate award for best venue caterer last year, the Perth Concert Hall was named ‘best venue caterer’ for the seventh consecutive year at the 2007 James Squire Restaurant & Catering Industry Association Awards for Excellence.

Meanwhile, it seems the PCEC might be a good spot to hold a function after all. The 2007 Restaurant and Catering Institute of Australia Awards gave the controversial venue the WA ‘function centre caterer award’, while  Brad Froehlich, banqueting chef de cuisine, received the WA ‘function chef of the year’ award.

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