Tame Tame’s club kids’ cooking club opens in Melbourne’s CBD
The club’s cooking club will open in Melbourne, with the group aiming to open in 2018.
Tame Tama, which has been in the Melbourne area for more than 20 years, is currently based in Caulfield, and is known for its homemade burgers and salads.
Owner and founder of Tame Tamara, Jodie O’Neill, says the new club will be an “experimental” cooking class and a “very unique opportunity” for people to learn cooking.
“The concept is very simple and we’re really excited to be opening in Melbourne.
It’s a small club, but we’re going to be able to have a bigger impact,” Ms O’Neil said.
“We want to bring our community together, so we’re also opening a separate kitchen for our members to cook, as well as a separate cafe and a restaurant.”
We’re looking forward to opening in 2018, which will be our first time in Melbourne.
The restaurant and cafe will also host an annual fundraiser for Tame Tatas Cause, which aims to raise funds for the Tame family, which she said was “very much in the works”. “
We’ve had a lot of community support, both from TameTama, our members and the community,” she said.
The restaurant and cafe will also host an annual fundraiser for Tame Tatas Cause, which aims to raise funds for the Tame family, which she said was “very much in the works”.
Ms Tamara said her goal was to open the restaurant in 2018 and open a separate restaurant and a cafe to cater for members of the community.
She said the club had been “unbelievably supportive” of the cause.
“[We’re] very fortunate to have the support of the Tama family, so they’re a big part of our life,” Ms Tamara added.
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