Feast of Merit
Time Out says
Good news, socially conscious snackers: this restaurant is created by entrepreneurial poverty-fighting organisation YGAP, where all profits go towards youth education projects in Australia, Asia and Africa. That means you're doing good just by raising fork to face at Feast of Merit. The name references a feast celebrated in North-Eastern India, which typically involves erecting stone or wooden monuments and sacrificing a large cow. Expect a Middle Eastern-cum-mod-Oz menu spanning breakfast, lunch, dinner, and drinks made even more inviting by head chef Ravi Presser’s dedication to locally sourced ingredients.