Posts Tagged ‘raw vegan’

Admiral Cheng Ho
Our north-side sister cafe

Thursday, May 14th, 2015

Our north-side sister cafe is well and truly open in Abbotsford!

The coffee counter operates six single estate grinders on demand, daily batch brew (most likely a Panama Geisha) and 5 to 6 filter coffees.

A lot of Monk’s signature dishes are there as well as new notable ones such as the healthy nutritional super-food platter named Crazy Jimbo, Vegan French Toast and North African Beans! All the dishes are bound to help us make healthy and mindful choices and stimulate all kinds of neurotransmitters.

The fit-out and furnishings are all handmade. The interior is a patch-worked nod to the cultural corners of Melbourne; the south wall features coloured planks of timber with a beach shack feel, the east wall has a white minimalist look, and the west wall features a rustic exposed brick.

Admiral Cheng Ho
325 Johnston Street
Abbotsford
(03) 9534 7250

Opening Hours
Mon to Fri 6:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sat to Sun 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
www.admiralchengho.com.au

Playing for change
20 September 2014, 7.30pm at Monk Bodhi Dharma

Saturday, August 30th, 2014

The old hippie and the crew are back for something new: Playing for Change on Saturday 20th September, 2014 at Monk Bodhi Dharma. This event also coincides with International Day of Peace.

Michael Hewstone (ex Peace Kitchen/Blaze’s soup kitchen) and the crew from Monk Bodhi Dharma and Admiral Cheng Ho will be holding a peace offering and celebratory dinner with absolutely all the proceeds going to the Playing for Change Foundation.

Date and Time: Saturday 20 September, 2014 at 7.30pm

Bookings Essential. To make a booking, go to: http://www.monkbd.com.au/wpd

Dinner will be fully vegan and will include the following :

> African Grumpy Soup
> Jamaican Sweet Potato, Kidney Bean & Coconut Stew
> Moroccan 7 Vegetable Cous Cous
> South Indian Sambar
> Mexican Chile Beans

Served with Bengal Pushpanna [Royal Rice], Tunisian Cous Cous & Spanish Polenta.

Chile Jam &  Brinjal Tamarind Chutney

> Raw Dessert

What is Playing for Change?

Playing For Change is a movement created to inspire, connect and bring peace to the world through music.

Playing For Change Day unites a global community through the power of music to affect positive social change. Communities will gather as musicians from all over the world perform on stages, street corners, schools, yoga studios, and cafes all with the goal of bringing music into the lives of young people.

Monk Bodhi Dharma is thrilled to have Salvador Persico [percussion Blue King Brown] and friends joining us for a little latin groove out front under the tarps.

+ the van will be parked outside MBD again for anyone wanting a private dinning experience on Moroccan rugs  - we can seat 4 comfortably.


ART BY MICHAEL HEWSTONE

‘One Love’ Jamaican Dinner

Friday, November 15th, 2013

Join us along with Michael Hewstone (ex Peace Kitchen/Blaze’s soup kitchen) for a 5 course Jamaican style dinner as part of our global themed dinners during the summer season. Part of the proceeds will go to the Berry Street Christmas Gift Appeal (young kids who have suffered from violence and abuse).

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7 @ 7.30pm

Monk Bodhi Dharma – Rear 202 Carlisle St, Balaclava, Vic, 3183, Australia

The dinner will be vegan.

Bookings essential at $65 per person.

TO BOOK: www.monkbd.com.au/jamaica

International Day of Peace for All
21 September, 7pm at Monk Bodhi Dharma

Thursday, August 29th, 2013

The old hippie and the crew are back to celebrate the International Day of Peace on Saturday 21st September, 2013 at Monk Bodhi Dharma.

Michael Hewstone (ex Peace Kitchen/Blaze’s soup kitchen) and the crew from the Monk will be holding a peace offering and celebratory dinner with absolutely all the proceeds going to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre! This issue is hot at the moment so we are coming together to celebrate peace amongst all nationalities!

Date and Time: Saturday 21 September, 2013 at 7pm

Bookings Essential. To make a booking, go to: http://www.monkbd.com.au/wpd

Dinner will be fully vegan and will include the following :

> African Grumpy Soup

> Global Experience – Madras Cauliflower, Chickpea and Yellow Potato Curry,  Ethiopian Wat and a Caribbean Jambalaya all served with a Silverbeet Kitchari, Mansoor Dal,  Sela Rice,Tunisian Cous Cous, Chile Jam and Lijjat Udad Papads [ MBD supporting Indian Women's Empowerment Movement]

> Raw selection of mignardises including chocolates & cakes

> Peace  Cookie to take home

> Beautiful Chai Masala

Special surprise guest speaker and music TBA

What is International Day of Peace?

The International Day of Peace (“Peace Day”) provides an opportunity for individuals, organizations and nations to create practical acts of peace on a shared date. It was established by a United Nations resolution in 1981 to coincide with the opening of the General Assembly.

International Day of Peace is also a Day of Ceasefire – personal or political. Take this opportunity to make peace in your own relationships as well as impact the larger conflicts of our time. Imagine what a whole Day of Ceasefire would mean to humankind.

http://internationaldayofpeace.org

“PEACE IS NOT MERELY A DISTANT GOAL THAT WE SEEK, BUT A MEANS BY WHICH WE ARRIVE AT THAT GOAL”
- Martin Luther King Jr.

ART BY BLAZE WARRENDER