Fri 30 Nov 2018

Students serve up a feast

WITT’s regular food markets continue to grow in popularity.

The final offering of the year featured international food and attracted more than 300 people, many from the greater Taranaki community.

Tutor Alex Dickie said even with the food being offered at reduced prices, the Thursday’s lunchtime turnover was about $2000 – money which will help fund the next market in 2019.

“The food on offer was high quality, as good as you would find anywhere in Taranaki,” he said.

The event was helped by the fact that during a particularly wet November, the sun was shining on Thursday.

Patrons were given a wide range of about 30 items to choose from – from rustic pork burgers and Nepalese dumplings to Mexican style beef, fried bread and cupcakes.

 

Pictured: Staff member Robyn Harvey, pictured with some of the Level 4 and 5 hospitality students who served up lunch.