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Attica chef Ben Shewry to lend a hand to domestic violence shelters

He's the man behind one of Australia's best restaurants, but that doesn't stop Ben Shewry from giving back.

Melbourne-based restaurant Attica is undisputedly one of the best dining experiences in Australia. It has earned three hats and even a place among the Top 50 restaurants in the entire world

Yet, the man behind it all is a humble Kiwi willing to pitch in for a good cause.

Celebrated chef, Ben Shewry, has lent his culinary talents to a number of charities, including R U OK Day? and Helping Hoops - a charity working to help disadvantaged youth through basketball training.

His latest project is working with victims of domestic violence.

Ben has partnered with Aussie food company Two Good and Deliveroo to bring meals to domestic violence shelters in Melbourne and Sydney.

"We wanted to get behind Two Good, as they are doing great work to help give a little light to those in need," Ben announced. "Violence against women and domestic violence as a whole is inexcusable and we need to stand together for this cause."

Two Good is dedicated to bringing quality food to women's shelters, and for every one meal they sell, they donate another.

Ben Shewry's Too Good kimchi noodle salad

The organisation has attracted other big-name chefs and personalities in the past, including Matt Moran, Neil Perry, Sarah Wilson and Kylie Kwong.

Ben has now joined the crew and will create a delicious Kimchi Salad with Chicken and Soba Noodles.

To play your part, you can buy the salad (and have it delivered) via Deliveroo, and Two Good will donate another to a victim of domestic violence.

 
 

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