The Red Kitchen
Forager Verified | Cafes | Caterer
In choosing The Red Kitchen for your catering needs you are saying that you care about where your food comes from, sympathetic to the environment; that it is of exceptional high quality, interesting and delicious, beautifully presented and downright good for you!
•Menus contain more vegetables & legumes, & less meat
•We make our food in house
•All produce is locally grown within the Illawarra region, supporting local farms
•Everything that is recyclable is recycled
•All our organic waste is composted, on site and off site, every bit of it!
•No plastic packaging
•100% fully biodegradable sugarcane & PLA packaging
•No straws (which contribute to landfill)
•Minimalist approach to avoid waste, question need versus want
•Support Powershop for sustainable energy
- Wednesday to Saturday – 8.30am to 3.00pm
- Sunday – 8.30am to 2.00pm
- Monday - Tuesday – Closed
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