The fees include stationary, morning and afternoon tea/coffee and lunch.
Registration: 1 May – 14 July 2014
|Concession (casual, retirees, non-employed)||110.00|
For University of Sydney Anthropology Students:
Attendance is free of charge for University of Sydney Anthropology Students. The dinner is not included. However, if you are interested in attending the dinner, please use the button below for Dinner Only registrations.
To register as USYD Student, click the button below:
There will be a workshop dinner on Tuesday 22 July at Dabar – Fine Indian Cuisine in Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW.
FROM the Dabar’s website:
Conveniently located on Glebe Point Road – one of Sydney’s great ‘Eat Streets’ – Darbar Indian Restaurant offers diners Indian cuisine and service that has earned it a great reputation amongst the Glebe dining community. Much attention is paid to the small details. Service is friendly yet professional, dishes are prepared and plated with care and attention. Our premises is kept clean and inviting. We believe these small things make a difference and we invite you to experience this for yourself.
Owner Vinay Krishna has over 10 years experience in the hospitality business, having started work in high class restaurants in India and worked his way up to more senior positions. His food philosophy is simple – select ingredients based on their quality and freshness, don’t take shortcuts and provide inviting, inspiring dishes instead of the standard Indian fare you’ll find in most Indian eateries.
Our unique venue is warm and romantic and can host groups both big and small. Downstairs, Darbar has a private function room for groups as large as 100 guests. Great for events like Bollywood themed parties, celebrations, birthdays and more. Make as much noise as you like as the room is soundproof! You won’t disturb our regular diners upstairs.
There is ample free street parking on surrounding streets.
To register for the dinner or additional dinner guests, please click on the link below:
REGISTRATION OPENS 1 May 2014.