GV BRaIN presents Roman Dyduk

Posted on 20 Jul 2017

Please note: this is an old article

It was published in July 2017, so the information may be out-of-date.

Join us and be entertained, inspired and uplifted by Polish-born schnitzel expert Roman Dyduk.

GV BRaIN was initiated in 2007 to give the business, rural and industrial communities of the Goulburn Valley an opportunity to network and access information through functions and events. The network also endeavors  to encourage people to do their business locally and to give local businesses an opportunity to promote themselves.

GV BRaIN is a local networking group that provides access to:

  • Relationship building
  • Leadership
  • Knowledge
  • Business promotion

It does this by coordinating four major networking events each year. The events are attended by 200 to 300 people and have a high profile, entertaining and informative speaker. Join us for the third networking event of the year, at the newly rennovated Woolshed to be inspired by the story of Roman Dyduk, founder of Schnitz.

Schnitz began its journey in 2007 when founder Roman Dyduk opened with a single restaurant. The Polish-born schnitzel expert had helmed restaurants in the past, all featuring his signature schnitzel on the menu. But this was different. With this restaurant, Roman and his sons Andrew and Tom had a single-minded focus to perfect the art of schnitzel making. The Schnitz way is not that of the production line, but of the perfection line. Each schnitzel is made to order and pan-cooked to bring the best out of our special crumb.

Since those humble but dedicated beginnings, Schnitz has grown from one restaurant to the over 60 that they have today. And they continue to grow at the same rate that Australia's appetite for our schnitzels grows. Their sole aim is to keep bringing you the benchmark in schnitzel making. And to do that, they will continue to combine culinary tradition with modern methods, the freshest ingredients Australia has to offer, and a commitment to make every schnitzel to order.

  • When: Wednesday 30th August at 6:00PM
  • Where: The Woolshed @ Emerald Bank, Shepparton
  • Cost: $85.00 per person

For more information about GV BRaIN please contact Rohan Sali at Greater Shepparton City Council on (03) 5832 9857 or visit www.gvbrain.com

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