David Pynt is an Aussie chef with a seriously global culinary pedigree, working under legends including Tetsuya Wakuda, Rene Redzepi, Victor Arguinzoniz, Nuno Mendes and Fergus Henderson. Most recently, he opened contemporary barbecue restaurant Burnt Ends in Singapore to critical acclaim, earning a Michelin Star and Chef’s Choice Award at Asia’s 50 Best 2017.
For one fire-infused night, David Pynt of Burnt Ends, one of Asia’s top 10 restaurants, brings his signature wood-fired cooking to Melbourne’s newest venue, The Timber Yard—raising much needed funds for quality Bone Marrow Failure and Blood Cancer research. Welcome to The Bloody Good Dinner x Burnt Ends, The Fire One.
Newly opened, the Timber Yard in Port Melbourne is 6,000sqm of industrial chic, designed for uncompromising events—just like this one. On the night, its outside spaces will be turned into a wonderland of fire and flame, the wood-fired kitchen open for all to witness, while the event’s main proceedings will take place inside the towering six-metre high ceiling warehouse.
The Bloody Good Dinner is a joint collaboration between Snowdome Foundation and Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision, in an effort to raise much needed funds for Bone Marrow Failure and Blood Cancer research. In 2017, over $400,000 was raised. In 2018, an amazing $740,000. And this year, with your help, we hope we can once again exceed expectations in support of this extraordinary cause.