Scleroderma Victoria and The Grand are sponsoring an Italian Feast Charity lunch to go towards research into Scleroderma- a chronic connective tissue disease generally classified as one of the autoimmune diseases.

“Sclero” means hard, “derma” means skin. Hardening of the skin is one of the most visible manifestations of the disease.


Why June?

Paul Klee

Paul Klee

June 29th is World Scleroderma Day, signifying the death of Swiss-German Artist Paul Klee who died of scleroderma on this day in 1940.

Scleroderma is not contagious, not infectious, not cancerous, not malignant and generally not hereditary! Scleroderma Victoria receives no funding from Federal or State Governments into research to find a cure for this insidious disease affecting more than 6000 Australians, young and old.



Crispy suckling pig croquettes with Dijon mustard & braised lentils



Char-grilled quail with baby leeks, corn and sea herbs


Lamb shanks with cimi de rappa and potato puree



Dark chocolate terrine, passionfruit, milk ice cream and chocolate crumb



Gluten free and vegetarian options available on request

$120 per person including matched wines

Please support this lunch!
Cold weather affects patients, particularly in the hands, so don your gloves and come along and enjoy an Italian Feast!

Saturday 24th of June 12pm to 4pm

Bookings essential on 03 9429 2530